Google photos are still free and unlimited for many people. Why?

A few weeks ago, there was a big change to the Google Photos platform. As announced, from this month, no more free space for multimedia – even those properly compressed by Google. However, a lot of information appeared on the network from users who, despite the fact that it was one day in June in turn, could still add files there, and the counter did not move. I wasn’t so lucky, but if you made it and you hoped it was a bug and you don’t have to worry about these changes, I don’t have good news for you.

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If Google Photos still does not add up to your data space, don’t worry – they will start soon

Google is known to introduce all the updates it introduces in waves. Some have access to them earlier, others later. Some do not have to wait at all, others do not change after two weeks. It is most visible in places where the interface changes and application updates – and while here the delay in implementing the limits has given many people the hope that they will bypass these changes, it is none of it. Google in an official statement issued by the Android Police editorial office explained the whole situation and says bluntly that it’s just a matter of not updating their account. Anyone who still gets away with it can take advantage of the opportunity, add photos as much as they want, but do not let them count on a reduced tariff – it’s only a matter of time. Probably in a few or a dozen or so days he will have to take into account the same limitations that faced the rest.

What’s more – watch the counters, because according to Google some of the files may be added with a delay. So that you will not be greeted by a sad surprise one day ;-).

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