Many People using ios devices face issues regarding transferring data from iCloud photos and videos to Google Photos.
Apple has launched a service that will allow you to automatically transfer all your iCloud photos and videos to Google Photos.
The company has detailed a new tool in the service document, saying it will take six to seven days to transfer your media files to Google Photos. It justifies that it uses this time to verify your request.
Another detail to keep in check while transferring iCloud Photos to Google Photos with its new tool from Apple. It won’t delete anything from iCloud, but it will just make a copy and directly transfer it to Google Photos.
While you are transferring all your photos and videos, some formats such as RAW images, Live Photos, and Smart Albums might not be transferred in the original format, or get transferred at all.
How to transfer iCloud Photos to Google Photos?
Apple Notes you’ll need to make sure:
- You’re using iCloud Photos to store your photos and videos.
- Your Apple ID uses two-factor authentication.
- You should have a Google account to use Google Photos.
- Your Google account should have enough space available to complete the transfer.
If you’re all done with that, then:
- Head to Apple’s Data and Privacy log in page (privacy.apple.com)
- Log in with the Apple ID that you want to transfer all your iCloud Photos and videos from
- Select the “Transfer a copy of your data.”
- From the down, choose Google Photos as your destination of the transfer
- Pick what you want to transfer photos, videos, or both them click on Continue.
- Confirm that you have enough storage on the Google Photos site.
- Sign in to your Google account to transfer your iCloud Photos or videos.
- Allow Apple to add photos and videos to your Google Photos
- At last, double-click your details and tap on the “Confirm Transfer” button.
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