Apple recently launched a service that will make it easier for users to move a collection of photos from iCloud Photos to Google Photos. Through this brand-new feature, users don’t have to bother downloading manually from iCloud before they can save it to Google.
The method is also classified as very practical. Are you curious to try? Come on , follow the steps below:
- Go to the privacy.apple.com website
- Log in to the iCloud account
- After successful logging in, you can go directly to “Transfer a copy of your data “.
- Check the box next to Photos or Videos. You can also select both at once.
- To start the process, you also need to be logged into your Google account.
- For your information, the photos that will be stored in Google Photos are copies of those in iCloud. That means, you will still have a collection of these photos in iCloud.
How? It’s easy, right?
Before starting to use this new feature, make sure your Apple ID has used two-factor authentication. Don’t forget to make sure your Google Photos account still has sufficient capacity.
Apple explains that Google Photos limits the number of photos per album to 20,000 photos. So if there are more than 20,000 photos in one album in iCloud Photos, the rest will still be transferred to Google but not included in the same album. To make it easier, first organize the albums in iCloud so that they can be transferred more neatly.