We addicted to taking photos daily. Surprisingly, Google Photos allows you to save all your pictures automatically with their unlimited free storage.
But, Google Photos will no longer offer unlimited free photo storage. Meaning, after June 1, 2021, any new photos and videos you upload will count toward the free 15GB of storage that comes with every Google account.
However, If you need to have all of them on your local storage, such as your PC or portable drive, there is a simple way you can download all photos from Google Photos anytime at once!
Thanks to Google, they offer quick and easiest steps to take out your Google photos simply from their unlimited storage. Which is most important, if you decide to close or move your photos to another Google account.
Whatever is your reason, It’s simple to proceed.
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Download All Photos from Google Photos
To do this, there is a Google feature, Google Takeout to download your all Google Photos:
- First, open Google Takeout by navigating to takeout.google.com from your web browser.
- You’ll see a long list of different Google services, deselect ALL and scroll to find Google Photos and select it alone.
- Scroll down and click on the Next step.
- Choose your export to deliver method by choosing “send the download link via email“, dropbox or Google Drive, etc.
- Select your file type and size. (.zip or .tgz)
- Click on “Create Export“.
- Wait for your download will ready.
Once you hit on “create new export” button, the process will begin and you’ll be notified when it takes hours or days by depending on the size.
Once it will completed you’ll see an option to download the files in a single click. It will happen with the delivery method you have selected from the above options.
If you want to download all your photos from an Android or iOS device, you can follow the same steps above.
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