Google Photos will help you remove blurry photos and screenshots. Google has stated that it will not provide unlimited storage in Google Photos from June 1. From then on, all your ‘high quality’ content will be counted in the 15 GB provided by Google.
Google is going to make some more changes to Photos. Google Photos now has a new tool for managing storage. Google has named this tool Storage Saver. It also suggests deleting blurry photos, long videos and screenshots by flagging them.
It also shows how long the free 15 GB storage lasts. Google may not show users who do not have many photos or videos, users who are running out of storage, and those who use Google Accounts of an organization or group how long the storage will last.
According to Google, 80 percent of users with 15 GB of storage will be able to back up photos and videos in high quality for the next three years.
After free storage, users will either have to delete the files or purchase a Google One storage plan. Google also provides information in the Photos app and via email when storage is exhausted.