Google Photos unlimited free photos on June 1.
Google Photos is no longer provide free storage. Originally, Google gave users 15GB of storage for their Gmail, Google Drive, and Photos for free. With easy-to-use UI and suite of family sharing and smart display features, Google Photos became a great tool to use for sharing. But now, from June 1, the search company is telling users to either pay up, or move their photos elsewhere. In this result, go backup all your photos which were actually worth keeping right now!
Without this free storage, you may store your valuable photos on your own computer or any other payed space. And you would going to need a memory card and a card reader to help you transfer faster and easier. For more information, please feel free to contact us.
Parts of information on this article are from (Google Photos unlimited free photos ends June 1 — what to do now | Tom’s Guide (tomsguide.com)