Last year, Google announced that they will no longer be offering users free and unlimited photo storage on Google Photos. For those unfamiliar, Google Photos used to offer a free and unlimited storage option if you kept photos below a certain megapixel count, which is great for those who don’t necessarily need to take photos at 108MP.
This offer will be coming to an end this coming June, and if you’re not thrilled by this and want to move your photo backups somewhere else, here are some of the options that we’ve found that might be worth your consideration.
Similar to Google Drive, Dropbox is a cloud-based storage service where you can upload photos, videos, and files to. While it might not necessarily have been created with photos and videos in mind, it doesn’t mean that you can’t use it all the same. The fact that it can be integrated with your computer and accessed through your file manager, as well as being available on mobile, makes it extremely versatile if you need to access your files on the go.