Google has already confirmed that it will stop offering unlimited storage for Google Photos for hosting photos and videos. And to continue using Google service, users will have to subscribe to Google One plans that offer additional storage space starting from 100GB to 2TB above the free 15GB storage that comes with every Google account.
So, if you already have subscription to other cloud services or simply want to move away from Google, follow our step-by-step guide to transfer all your Google Photos data from Google cloud storage to other services.
It is important to mention that currently Google only allows users to export the data to OneDrive, Box and Dropbox. If you want to download the entire Google Photos data on your local storage, click here.
Steps to export Google Photos data to OneDrive, Dropbox and Box
Visit ‘takeout.google.com’ using any browser and login using Google Account synced with Google Photos
Now, click on ‘Deselect all’ button from the top and scroll down to find Google Photos
Select the checkbox placed in front of Google Photos
Here you can either choose to transfer all the Google Photos album to another cloud service or choose specific folders you want.
After this, scroll down and click on Next step button
Unde Delivery method, choose one of the following options
Add to Dropbox
Add to OneDrive
Add to Box
Select Frequency as Export once and select the file type & size as well
Click Link accounts and create export button
It will then redirect you to respective cloud service login page, use your registered email address and password to login and allow all the necessary permissions
Wait for the export process to complete. After which you can head to the respective cloud service and look for the folder Google Download Your Data.