How to choose a photo storage service
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How to choose a photo storage service

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Last November, Google — which until now has offered unlimited storage for “high quality” (read: compressed) photos — announced that “unlimited” is being changed to “up to 15GB on your Google account.” In other words, while photo and video storage currently does not count against your total of 15 free gigs on a Google account, it will as of this coming June 1st — along with your Gmail, Google Drive files, and other stored data. Once you hit that 15GB wall, you will have to buy into the Google One service to increase your storage capacity. (Unless you own a Pixel, in which case you still have no limits on “high quality” photos.)

If you’re a Google Photos user who finds all of this a bit irritating, you may be thinking of leaving. But…

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