Google already removed its in-demand Unlimited Storage feature. In addition, the tech giant firm stopped offering its popular photo storage service on June 1.  

Google's Removal of Its Unlimited Storage Could Annoy Many Users: Here's What Amazon Prime Members Should Do

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A Google logo is shown on a screen during a keynote address by CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group Richard Yu at CES 2017 at The Venetian Las Vegas on January 5, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. CES, the world’s largest annual consumer technology trade show, runs through January 8 and features 3,800 exhibitors showing off their latest products and services to more than 165,000 attendees.

The company’s decision is not really surprising at all since Google already announced its plan in November 2020. Because of this, many fans are now looking for alternative photo services that could provide the same features. 

One of the lucky ones is the Amazon Prime members since they already have a great alternative that could serve as an efficient solution for Google Photos Unlimited Storage removal. 

If you are one of them, you need to do this trick during or before the upcoming Amazon Prime Day ends. The most-awaited event is expected to take place this coming June 21. 

On the other hand, some sources confirmed that Amazon Prime Day will end on June 22. However, this is still subject to change depending on the giant retailer’s decision. 

Google Photos Unlimited Storage Removal’s Solution

According to Express UK’s latest report, Amazon Prime members can solve the lack of Google Photos Unlimited Storage by purchasing the retailer’s own photo storage service. 

Google's Removal of Its Unlimited Storage Could Annoy Many Users: Here's What Amazon Prime Members Should Do

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Amazon Prime subscription costs around $111 every year. This Amazon service is quite great since it will allow you to have various discounted items. These include Prime Video’s boxset streaming and movies, as well as Kindle Books.

Specifically, the service that you need to avail yourself of is Amazon Photos. Some consumers and other analysts claimed that this is a great option if you really want to ditch the now-payed Google Photos Unlimited Storage service. 

Amazon Photos is considered better than Google Photos since it uploads everything in the original full resolution. This means that if your photos’ formats are raw files, Amazon Photos will post it as it is. Aside from the retailer’s official photo storage service, you can also try other free alternatives.  

Other Google Photos Alternatives 

PC Mag previously provided some of the best alternatives that can be used in various platforms, such as Microsoft, Amazon, Adobe, and more. To help you further, here are some of the best photo storage services you can transfer to: 

  • Adobe Lightroom
  • Amazon Photos
  • Flickr’s Unlimited Paid Plan
  • iCloud
  • OneDrive
  • Online Backup
  • NAS

For more news updates about Google Photos and other Google services, always keep your tabs open here at TechTimes.  

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