As previously announced, Google Photos will end its unlimited free storage policy for photos and videos Tuesday, June 1. After that, any new photos and videos users upload will count toward the free 15GB of storage coming with every Google account. (Any photos or videos uploaded before that day won’t be part of the 15GB cap.)
Google estimates more than 80 percent of users will still be able to store roughly three additional years of memories in high quality with free 15GB of storage.
Google is rolling out a new tool as part of the Photo apps to manage photos and videos by finding and suggesting content the user may want to delete, like blurry photos, screenshots and large videos.