Backup Your iPhone Photos for Free

You can back up your iPhone photos for free to Google Photos or any other cloud service, so you don’t have to pay Apple for iCloud Storage or use iCloud Library. We’ll show you how to set it up and answer common questions about using Google Photos on an iPhone.

Apple includes 5GB of iCloud storage with your iPhone, but that’s not really enough for it to be usable for an iPhone backup or more than a few photos. If you take a lot of photos and don’t have enough room in iCloud to save them, you can pay Apple 99 cents a month for 50GB of storage or download Google Photos and back up your images for free.

How to Backup Your iPhone Photos for Free

With Google Photos, you can back up your iPhone photos for free and you’ll never run out of space.

Follow these steps to back up your iPhone photos to Google Photos for free. You can get unlimited Google Photos storage if you choose a lower quality backup; this is what we will focus on so that you can back them all up for free.

  1. most Google Photos app on iPhone.
  2. When requested.
  3. The Default Setting is High with unlimited storage. .
  4. synchronization.
  5. at the bottom of the screen.
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That’s all you need to do to back up your iPhone photos with Google Photos for free. Their backups will take some time and you can tap on Assistant to see which photos still need to be backed up, and you’ll also see some great options and auto-edited photos on that screen.

Setting up Google Photos backup is easy.

Setting up Google Photos backup is easy.

Google will identify places and objects in your photos so you can search for them after photos are uploaded. As long as you leave the Quality to High, you’ll never run out of storage on Google. If your iPhone runs out of storage space, you may run into problems.

You can use Google Photos to delete some photos that are already backed up from your iPhone. To do this, you need to follow these instructions. Do not delete photos manually.

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  2. Tap on it.
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  4. Follow the rest.
  5. Google Photos.
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  7. go.
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Once this is done, you should have more space on your iPhone to take pictures. It’s more complicated than using iCloud Photo Library, so if you’re constantly running out of space on your iPhone, you might be better off paying 99 cents a month for more iCloud storage than using this method.

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