Today’s news in Google Photos will appeal to everyone, but not everyone will see it. This Google Photos update will only reach paying subscribers.

Today, Google Photos still provides unlimited storage for zip photos and videos for anyone who wants to use them. However, starting June 2021, the game will end and you will have to pay for the privilege by purchasing disk space in a Google One subscription, or accepting a minimal amount of 15GB. As it turns out, free users will also be excluded from some new features, including those It will go to the app now.

Everyone will love what’s new in Google Photos.

Both newcomers relate to the built-in editor. The first is about the video. Today, when we open the Google Photos video editing panel on Android, we have a really weak set of functions at our disposal. We can only export a frame, crop the video, or pin the snapshot.

For quite some time now, users of Google Photos on iOS have been able to use a number of additional functions, such as changing the frame of the shot or fine-tuning the image and auto-enhancing its quality.

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