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How to Download all your photos offline from Google Photos

Download all your photos offline from Google Photos to manage your Google photo space. The Google Photos unlimited free storage will be ending on 1 June 2021.

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Google announced, it will be ending the unlimited free storage. The Google Photos unlimited free storage will be ending on 1 June 2021. Users have to pay the charge of cloud storage to store their photos and videos after free storage used. 15 GB of cloud storage is free you don’t need to pay if you used up to 15 GB of cloud storage. But manage your storage you can download your all photos. You must be using the Google Photos app to take the backup of your important photos, videos, documents, etc.

Google Photos gives you the storage to upload your important photos, videos, and take the backup of these important photos, videos, documents, etc. When you upload your file or take the backup of your important file then it fills up the cloud space. Today I am explaining to you about save all images from the Google Photos app. Read this post till the end to know more about this.

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How can you download your all photos from the Google Photos app?

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To download photos you have to open your google chrome and search photos.google.com and log in with your Google account. After this, you have to open your image and click on the three-dot on the top of the right corner. Tap on the download option and your image will be downloaded to your phone. Users can also download their albums if they have sorted their Google Photos into albums.

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To download the album you have to go to the album tab. You have to select the album and tap on the three-dot on the top of the right corner. After this tap on the download, all options and your album will be downloaded to your phone. This process will compress your files and will be in a single zip file.

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