Google launched Google One 2 years ago providing users with features for a premium plan. This featured many services like live support and sharing with family. Looks like some of the features are being made free for the countries with Google One support.
One of the features was introduced in the app later on back in 2019 name Auto-Backup which allowed users to backup their Android data hassle-free and make sure they never lose a thing if they lose their device access. While cloud storage is generating demand on a regular basis, this feature in Google One was premium, and users with the subscription could only benefit from it. Well, not anymore.
The new update according to the blog by Google announces that this feature is going to be free for everyone now. Google understands that security and data is a priority for the consumer which is why smart backup is required in 2020. They would be able to reach more consumers by providing the feature for everyone free of cost.
Not everything is free here, the storage will be the default from Google which is 15GB and we all know how worthy it is in 2020. You can back up everything in and access all your default backups like Photos, GDrive.
Another feature being launched in the Google One app is the storage manager. This will help you clear the clutter of residual files that are taking up space in your device. You can check what type of applications are using your memory and how much you can save by clearing them up.
Additionally, if you require more memory, you can upgrade to a better monthly plan of Google One for a price tag of $1.99/month. This is a fair price for the service the company is offering for the users. The Auto Backup feature is beneficial in time when you lose or device and you haven’t backed up your data onto other devices. In fact, who does that in 2020?
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