Awesome news coming up for the billions of users of the Google Photo service: the American company has announced that from June 1, 2021 the storage of new photos and videos will no longer be unlimited.

According to Google’s announcement, all content stored until that date will not be counted for the purposes of the 15 free gigas made available on Google Drive, but from June 2021 users will see gradually decreasing the storage available.

Google One is the suggested solution, where available (in some countries there is no service) for all users who want to continue using Google Photos and whose free storage was exhausted.

The email that is sent to Google Photo users in these hours allows you to have an approximate estimate of the remaining time before the archive is filled.

• On Google Photos find space more than 4,000 billion photos and videos, including yours, to which 28 billion more are added every week. • You read in the text of the email, and you understand that this huge

The service was launched in May 2015 and has experienced an incredible success, perhaps superior to the most rosy forecasts of Google itself.

Users may have to get used to a change of mindset: the times when whatever existed on the internet was offered in free form are now set.

Google also announced that on June 1, 2021 it will launch a new storage space management tool that will help you easily find and delete dark, blurred or unwanted content.

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