IPhone and iPad users get perkeled Android phone owners have been enjoying nearly a year – automatic phone backups Google One,,
This is available for Android of Things from September 2019, at least for paid subscribers to the cloud storage service. Now iOS users who also pay for Google One will be able to do the same, according to a blog post, Building a new Google One app will soon provide this capability, and backups will now be free, even if you don’t subscribe to the Google service.
It’s easy to see why this has become a big deal. Our smartphones have become a locker for storing countless photos, songs, movies and messages. Even if you buy a larger capacity version of your favorite flagship device, you may still find yourself out of space at times. Services like Google One can help you in this situation.
When the new Google One mobile app deploys, all iOS users will need to download the app and sign in with a valid Google account. From there, Google will do all the lifting as it backs up photos, text messages, contacts, emails and more in its cloud storage service.
The reliable and easy way to move files is especially useful for free Google One users, as storage is limited to 15 GB. For anyone who needs a little more space to play, paid plans start at $ 1.99 per month. In comparison Apple’s iCloud service offers only 5 GB of free space – the choice is clear when it comes to saving a little money here.
Paid Google One subscribers will also be able to share their plan with up to five other users by sharing family and will be subject to premium customer support. Some areas will receive special bonus credits to spend on the Play Store, as well as discounts and benefits, depending on the region in which consumers live.
As for the new Google One app, it is currently available from Google Play for Android users, but iPhone storage fanatics will have to wait a little longer. There is currently no set release date other than “coming soon”. This should give users enough time to start reviewing what needs to be saved through cloud storage and at least what needs to be moved.