Google One will back up iOS and Android devices for free

Launched by Google back in 2018cloud storage service Google One, will greatly expand user experience. The service will provide an opportunity for owners of smartphones running both Android and iOS to back up devices using a Google One account.

Automatic backupa custom smartphone will also be available to iPhone owners, who will be able to use the new iOS application for these purposes. Owners of Apple smartphones will be able to back up their photos, videos, contacts and calendar events, combining various services in one place, such as "Photos" and "Drive".

Another innovation will be the abilityusers working with Android devices, create backup copies of files from a smartphone, without the need to register with Google One. At the same time, registered users will receive as much as 15GB on the service to save their data on Google Drive. If necessary, a paid service is available that allows you to expand the storage volume. For 100 GB, the user will have to pay from $ 1.99 per month.

For Android devices, the function will start working in the coming days. The new iPhone app has been announced to be released soon, but with no specific time stamp.

Source: TheVerge