How to Save Photos for The Lifetime: How to Use Google Photos

Those were the days when we used to store our all data in a Hard disk, CDs, DVDs and Pen drivers, But now time is changed and you should store your all data on the cloud. You can store your all data for the lifetime on cloud free of cost if you have a Google Account (Gmail), Nowadays everyone has a Gmail account and if not then you can create in 1 minute. Google provides us a Feature called “Google Photos” this is amazing because you can store your all photos and videos for the lifetime and you don’t need to upload your photos and videos manually it works automatically once you set up, along with it nobody can look your photos and videos without your permission. Here you Learn How to use Google Photos or should I say How to save Photos for the lifetime.

How to use Google Photos on Mobile

To use Google Photos on mobile you must have a Gmail account and Google Photos Mobile App if you don’t have App then you can download it from Google Play Store or App Store. Google Photos have a lot of amazing features that you can read –18 Google Photos Features.

1- First of all, you have to open your Google Photos mobile  App.

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2- Now you have to Log in Via your Gmail Account If not  and then Click on “Settings” option

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3- After clicking on Settings button you will get a lot of features here you have to click on “Back up & sync” Button

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4- By default, Back up & sync option disabled here you have to enable it by taping on the icon.

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5- After that, you have to select that Gmail Account in which you want to Upload your photos and videos if you have signed with only one account then no need to select.

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6-  After selecting account you have to do the main thing, Here you have to select Upload quality size you get two type of option one is Free unlimited storage in which you can upload unlimited photos and videos. The upload size of your photo can be up to 16 Megapixel and video can be up to 1080p.

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If you want to upload your photos with mobile data then you can enable “cellular Data backup option” accordingly.

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7- Now you have to click on “Back up device folder” Here you have to select the folder which photos you want to upload. You don’t need to add your Mobile camera photos folder that is selected by default

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8- Now you can see my 49 photos are ready to back up on Google Photos.

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Now You are done, Google Photos keep your all photos on their server for the lifetime and whenever you want to Download you can.

How to Download Google Photos

After uploading photos you can download it for this you have to select that photo which you want to download and click on that.

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Now click on three dots

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After clicking on three dots you get a lot of option, to Download photo on your device you have to click on “Save to device” Button along with it you also can use this photo as a wallpaper or Edit it without any editing App.

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How to Use Google Photos on PC

Google photos is mainly designed for smartphones but they also provide web feature, to use it on PC you have to open this URL – Google Photos In Google Chrome or any other browser.

You can go there with the help of this drop-down menu.

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From here you can download and upload photos

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I hope you learnt How to use Google Photos to Save Photos for the Lifetime, Google Photos is a really amazing feature at no cost. If you have any question or suggestion then share with me via comment box.

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