Live Albums limit on Google Photos doubles
Live Albums now have the same amount of space as shared albums
Reports by the Android Police suggests that Google have given Live Albums the same amount of capacity as regular shared albums on Google Photos. This means Live Albums will have a capacity of 20,000 - the same as shared albums.
Google Photos gives you unlimited storage for photos and videos for free, unlike other services such as Dropbox or Microsoft's OneDrive. It also provides automatic uploads for photos and videos, both when you're connected to Wi-Fi and when using mobile data (3G / 4G), too.
Live albums on Google Photos works by using Google's object recognition software and technology, to identify specific pets, people or objects and will group them together in an album automatically so you don't do have to bother manually doing it.
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