Running out of space on your phone is the worst. You’re stuck constantly deleting apps, music, and pictures, just to make room for one more photo or video.
Today, we’re making it easy to free up space on your phone, anytime you need. Just tap “Free up space” in Settings, and Google Photos will remove device copies of your backed up photos and videos.
Or Google Photos can keep track of your phone’s storage space for you. Get notified when your phone is running low on space, and easily remove the device copies of backed up photos older than 30 days right from the Assistant.
All your photos and videos will still be accessible when you’re connected, both in the app and on the web at photos.google.com.
So take more photos and videos. And stop worrying about filling up your phone in the process.
This update is rolling out now on Android and coming soon to iOS.
Check for the update (v1.9) in the Play Store: goo.gl/55OnIr
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