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Does deleting from phone Delete from Google Photos?
The answer is no, photos you delete from your phone using another app on your phone (i.e. any app that displays your photos or files on your device other than the Google Photos app itself) will not be deleted from Google Photos.
Does Google Photos take up storage on my phone?
If used correctly, Google Photos should take relatively little storage on your phone. Some data is required for cached images, settings, etc. Using it correctly, means (among other things): Opening the Google Photos periodically, and confirming that you see the "Backup complete" message.
Can I delete photos from iPhone and keep on Google Photos?
Free up device storage:
Open the Google Photos app on your iPhone. Tap on Free up space from the side menu, and tap the Delete button to remove those photos from your device. The deleted photos will still be backed up in Google Photos.
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How long will photos stay on Google Photos?
Managing your Google Photos storage
Even with the change, more than 80% of current Google Photos users should still be able to store about three years of content with that free 15GB. Google will notify you in the app and by email once you get close to hitting your 15GB limit.
Do photos automatically go to Google Photos?
Once set up, the Google Photos app will automatically save photos and videos to the cloud and sync them across all your devices, so you always have access to your images.
How do I free up space on my phone without deleting everything?
To clear cached data from a single or specific program, just go to Settings> Applications>Application Manager and tap on the app, of which the cached data you want to remove. In the information menu, tap on Storage and then “Clear Cache” to remove the relative cached files.
Where do backed up Google Photos go?
When you turn on back up and sync, your photos are stored in photos.google.com. Learn other ways to find your photos.
Can anyone see my Google Photos?
Are Google Photos private? The simple answer is yes; by default, Google Photos is private. Everything you upload can only be seen by you. And thankfully, the only way to change one of your photos' permissions is to log in to your account and share your photos with another user.
Where does Google Photos get photos from?
Google Photos stores your photos and videos in “the cloud” — this is just tech-talk for online storage. In the past, you might have plugged your phone or camera into your computer and laboriously transferred all your photos and videos. From there, you might have backed up your computer on an external hard drive.
Do photos in messages take up storage?
When you send and receive text messages, your phone automatically stores them for safe keeping. If these texts contain images or videos, they can take up a considerable amount of space. Fortunately, you do not need to go back and manually delete all your old text messages.
What can I delete to free up space?
How can I save my photos forever?
How do I get more storage without deleting my pictures?
How do I keep my Google Photos private?
To use the feature, all you have to do is select the photo you want to keep private and then click the '' menu to bring up the Archive option. The update also gives you the option to Archive in bulk and all the Archived photos are stored on a separate page to the main view.