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- June 4, 2017
Hooman Mirali This is a very intuitive and useful app. Search options and face grouping are really good as well. It was a 5 Star for me until it removed the little icon of which photos are uploaded to the cloud and which ones are not. I mean it was working fine and that information (the little cloud sign next to the photos) was very useful and Google just decided to remove the feature! If such useful information is going to be hidden by default at least put a setting option to flick it back on. ( Update: it seems like the latest updated app stoped uploading my photos in cloud and more it is constantly stock at a certain number and nothing is happening) Davison Solutions llc. I haven't ever been able to reencounter or associate what to do with with my photos of the family and revisit memories of good times until my "google cards" started showing me how by asking me if I wanted to see what I was doing two years ago today. Starting my 'just another day' just turned into proud (albiet water works, Lmao) seeing my now five year old, then three year old, pull a tooth out in a cascade of photos! Thank you Gphotos! That was awesome!!! Ashley Uygur Really the closest thing Android has to Apple's iCloud storage and mostly free. Basically, you can upload any image up to a certain size limit for free, unlimited amounts of storage. Most phones don't save pictures past that per-file size limit (videos and RAW photos are the main exceptions) so it's virtually free. Reliably backs up without my interference except the initial selecting which folders I want saved. Love it so much that I'd like to use this on iPhone in place of iCloud if I ever migrate to iPhone. Tiffany Evola First I have to say this is a FANTASTIC APP! Please keep up the great work! And I'm also a HUGE FAN of all the new things being added! This app has made my life so much easier by automatically organizing everything, making finding certain things incredibly easy to find! This app really just keeps getting better and better! Dorothy Johnson I know this helps keep All my photos synced to my device. This app stores all my memories, also for any changes to all photos, collage (needs improvement on putting together these as photos are used I don't want in that collage then in as a video. This is the only thing about the app I Don't approve of. As Editing them is an issue. Otherwise, I do. Music available for these are nice) and video with so much more. I enjoy using it while your improving to Be better. Google photos has many options to choose from with 15 GB FREE storage! I did remove the Old storage. All cleared up. Seth Eden Google photos is a necessity for anyone with an Android device as far as I'm concerned. App is amazing, search is so helpful and the "X years ago" updates every so often are so nice to relive old memories. Sharing albums and compiling photos across people's devices through photos works great, can't recommend this app enough, download it, forget about it and then love it.
Shen Yuan Huang April 29, 2017 After recent updates, app stops working even after rebooting and clearing cache. Backup gets stuck without completing. Update: Photos inexplicably lost ability to index existing all photo folders even though they're still showing in Explorer in Storage. *This issue can be resolved by deleting Media Storage app data.* Photos app cannot load beyond the best 75 photos in the "Camera" album. Deleting app data and reinstalling updates had no effect. Cannot browse Camera album at all!!! Full Review
Google is making a big play for your photos. It's releasing a revamped Google Photos today that offers unlimited storage of images and videos entirely for free. Resolution is limited to 16 megapixels for photos and 1080p for videos, but that's not much to complain about (if you want to store a higher resolution file, it can also tap into Google Drive storage). Photos is being made available on iOS, Android, and the web, and it includes a number of other helpful features that may make you want to pick it up. Photos automatically organizes all of your images The other big feature present in Photos is around organization. Google will analyze your images and automatically sort them into groups. On stage, Google showed how it could sort out photos of skylines and beaches — it's a lot like what Flickr rolled out earlier this month. It'll also identify people, so that you can scroll through images of them over time. It can even track them as they age. Grid View Google Photos in photos That organization allows Google to put its search skills to good use. Google demonstrated how you could search for specific moments in photos, looking up "snowstorm in Toronto" as an example, and receiving images of snowy days in that location. Google is also trying to make sharing photos a bit easier. With the new Photos, it'll allow users to share groups of images without requiring the recipient to have the app — it'll just make a web gallery. That's not a particular unique feature, but it's still a big convenience when you're trying to send someone else a set of pictures to download. The release of Photos also seems to be a sign that Google is finally breaking out Google+'s strongest points. It was always excellent with photo storage, and now people can get that without signing up for a new social network. That means that with today's release, Google just became one of the biggest players in photo storage. Check out our Google I/O Live Blog for the latest updates and our Google hub for all the news! Google I/O 2015: Introducing the new Google Photos
Resilio Sync (formerly BitTorrent Sync) is the best cloud storage solution for everyone that wants to do their own cloud storage. This app allows you to use your desktop, laptop, NAS, tablet, or even your own home-built server as a destination for your phone syncing. It operates exactly like Dropbox, Google Drive, etc, except you’ll be using your own machine to store everything. It’s an excellent option for those who are security conscious but still need cloud storage also. The only downside is that you’ll need to keep your receiving machine on all the time so that the syncing can be done. The best part is that the app is completely free and you’ll have as much storage as your receiving device can hold.
Mary Ely May 3, 2017 I really like this app. It has saved photos I would have lost forever if not backed up through this app. I gave 4 stars instead of 5, because when making movies with Google photo assistant sometimes you can't share the video to Facebook because it says the music is copyrighted that Google gives you. Also, it gives an option to use your own music, but I've never gotten my own music to load and work with a video in the app. Full Review
I really like this app. It has saved photos I would have lost forever if not backed up through this app. I gave 4 stars instead of 5, because when making movies with Google photo assistant sometimes you can't share the video to Facebook because it says the music is copyrighted that Google gives you. Also, it gives an option to use your own music, but I've never gotten my own music to load and work with a video in the app. Full Review
I use this to back up and sync w my iPhone, iPad and MacBook. Allowing me to delete off both devices to free up storage space, while keeping a piece of mind knowing I don't have to rely on iCloud. I back up all on a one account, and share an account with my boyfriend to share photos and videos that are taken w each other's phone- allowing us to have everything right there. Although on my MacBook, since I have so many different emails and have to keep some content separated, when it asks to have a google photos backup- it does not let me see which account I would allow access to on the pop up screen, before I accept it. Causing me to then have to backtrack and guess which account it's allowing access to. (Idk if that makes since). I do wish when uploading thry my phone I wish there was an easier way to choose the "back up" option to upload the photo- instead of having to go to each individual photo and wait for it to upload before uploading another- etc. also, instead of by the date (sometimes the dates aren't the actual date taken)/ to have the option to choose weather we organize by date taken or date uploaded - All around, I choose google photos instead of Dropbox or any other syncing and back up app.