Looking for an alternative to Google Photos? If you're thinking of going the self-hosted route, you should take a look at Synology Photos. The NAS-based solution has a lot of similar features, and does a fantastic job storing your photos and videos locally.
Sometimes all of the info that Google Photos can keep track of is very useful. It comes in handy when Google Photos makes up those automated memory albums and when you want to search for a specific photo. But, you may not want that information to be shown off when visitors come to your home and look at photos on your Google Nest or Chromecast displays. Here's how to keep that info to...
Whether you've been using Google Photos for five years or five minutes, there's always something new to learn. Master your managed memory collections and improve your photo editing prowess with these Google Photos tips.
Google Photos free backups are officially history and now count towards your storage limit. This is unwelcome news to millions, but Google Photos proved long ago that its photo backup and management system was worth paying for.
Our free ride on the Google Photos gravy train is coming to end next Tuesday, and many of you are still divided about what you're going to do next. Read what the respondents to our poll said they were planning on doing once Google Photos backups start counting towards their account storage limits.