As you know Google ends its free unlimited storage service from Google Photos as of June 1, 2021. For those who don’t know, Google offers 15 GB of free storage with every Google account. And from now on, if you upload images, videos in original quality, it counts in your free 15GB plan and if you upload only high quality images, it allows unlimited space on Photos. But that will change from June 1st, so if you want to free up more space, here’s how you can remove blurry photos to free up space in Google Photos.
Google Photos New Storage Rules
Google is ending their unlimited storage starting June 1, 2021. Under the new policy, Google will count all new photos and videos you upload toward the 15 GB gift quota. However, photos uploaded earlier on June 1, 2021, will Not be counted.
Therefore all photos that you have saved so far and that will be saved before June 1, 2021, will be exempt from the 15 GB limit. You can too choose not to save all photos leads. But if you’ve already uploaded so many images, you can choose to free up some space by deleting some unwanted images, such as blurred ones.
Steps to Delete Blurred Photos from Google Photos
Google plans to launch some new features in Google Photos to help with storage management and it will be a new storage management tool.
1. You will find it under u “Review and Deletion” section of the Google Photos app (as you can see in the image above). Tap on “Blurred photos” and select the photos to delete.
2. Finally, tap “Move to trash” that’s enough. Your blurred photos will be deleted instantly.
Here’s how to remove blurred images from Google Photos. You can also delete screenshots and duplicate images, even though this feature has been available in Google Photos for a while now.
When your photos uploaded from June 1st count against the 15 GB free limit, you should check which photos you have and which photos you don’t. In that case, Google’s new storage management feature in Google Photos will help you.
To learn more about freeing up space, you can also read our guide here “How to Free Google Photos Cloud Storage”.
As mentioned, this new storage policy will come into effect on June 1, 2021, however, according to Google, more than 80% of users will still be able to store about it. three years of content in the free quota. After completing this, you will also have the option to purchase storage from Google One Plans starting from 100 GB for 130 INR / month.
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