Sunday, August 2, 2020

Free 15 GB storage on Google One for Android and iOS users

Free 15 GB storage on Google One for Android and iOS users


Google One, the cloud storage service launched by Google in 2018, will now offer free storage backups for both iOS and Android phone users with Google accounts. You can put photos, videos, contact numbers, calendar events in Google One's iOS app.


In the Android app, users can backup all kinds of files on their phone without subscribing to Google One.

In addition to backing up files, Google One has also been updated to make it easier to manage which files are stored. This storage management feature is available in both app and web. This feature helps to manage all the files saved from Drive, Gmail and Photos in one place.



You get 15 GB of free storage on your personal Google Account. But it does not support G Suite account. Google has also introduced a free storage plan. The user has to pay 1.99 per month for 100 GB of storage. Google has said that the new feature will be rolled out for Android in a few days. Similarly, the new iOS app is also preparing to go public.

Google One service is also available in Nepal. Click here to find out which other countries have Google One available.

Click here to download Google One's Android app. For the iOS App Store, you will have to wait a while.


For the first time in history, Google's revenue fell


Google's parent company Alphabet is facing its biggest revenue decline yet in the second quarter of this year. However, the company said it was able to meet Wall Street's revenue expectations.


Alphabet Company had a total revenue of  38.30 billion in the second quarter. Alphabet was expected to earn 37.4 billion, according to Wall Street.

However, it is two percent less than the same period last year. Compared to a net profit of  9.9 billion a year ago, this time the net profit has dropped to  6.9 billion.


Google search revenue fell to 21.3 billion this year from  23.6 billion last year.

The most profitable area for Alphabet this time around is YouTube. During this period, YouTube's advertising revenue increased to 3.81 billion.

Which was 3.6 billion last year. Google Cloud earned  2.1 billion in the same period last year, and has earned  3.1 billion this year.

But Ruth Porat, CFO of Alphabet, said she was excited by the growth towards the end of the second quarter. However he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat the global macro-environment macro-environment.


The company's CEO, Sundar Pichai, said the corona virus epidemic had weakened the global economy, and that the first sign of stability was seen by users operating their businesses online.

He says Google Play and YouTube performed well during that period. App and game downloads increased 35 percent during the period. He said that the consumption of cloud services has also increased while most people work from home during the same period.

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