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Google is killing auto sync between Google Photos and Google Drive

BGR India Friday, 14 June 2019
Google will no longer sync your Photos to Google Drive. The firm is killing the automatic integration between Photos and Drive for apparently confusing users. This change is designed to help prevent accidental deletion of items across products. So, starting July 10, Google Photos will no longer sync to Google Drive. So if you add […]

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Google to End Integration Between Google Drive and Google Photos Due to negative feedback from customers, the tech giant is officially putting an end to its automatic syncing service. Google, via statement Google wrote in a blog post on June 12 that starting in July, photos and videos uploaded to...

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