Google Photos is a free digital asset management tool from Google. With Google Photos, you can store and organize your photos securely in the cloud. Google Photos is also a convenient way to back up your photos if they are stored on a single device.
Pros: User-friendly interface that integrates well with mobile devices.
Cons: Storage is not unlimited for large images (greater than 16 megapixels).
Bottomline: A reliable photo storage/management solution that most Google users will feel comfortable with.
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Google Photos is a phenomenal service, and a terrible gallery app.
I have been using Google Photos for a couple of years now, and I’m quite impressed with what it can do.
Mostly I like Google Photos because it keeps at least a moderate resolution copy of every photo from my hard drive (based on folders I've authorized Picasa/Google Photos to sync - I don't sync all folders).
What is the price range for Google Photos?
Google Photos is free for up to 15 GB of storage. Beyond that, you can pay up to $9.99 per month for 2 TB of storage.
Learn more about pricing.
Is there a Google Photos free trial?
There is no free trial, but you can access the free version for an unlimited length of time.
See our review.