Google Photos is a service that saves your entire library of photos and videos for free. Considered one of the best storage platforms in the cloud, it is available on all your devices, even those running on IOS and Mac OS.
Google Photos, for what uses?
The Google Photos application, launched in 2015, is considered to be the official storage and viewing platform of Google. The application secures a digital copy of the photos and videos you take on your mobile device so that you are not afraid to lose them. Indeed, Google Photos works as an online hard drive for digital files. Each time you capture a picture or finish shooting a video, the content is sent to the Cloud where it is linked to your account. Therefore, it is considered the equivalent of Apple ICloud and is a backup solution to move images and videos from your Smartphone to the Cloud. There they are stored and linked to your account so that you can manage them, edit them and share them from any compatible device. All these files are accessible from your computer, your Smartphone or your tablet.
Google Photos also stands out for its free character and the fact that it offers you unlimited storage. Google Photos offers many additional features like integrated photo editing, the ability to comment on photos, creating animations or making slideshows.