Canon Camera now supports automatic backups to Google Photos via the Android, iOS app

Canon cameras now support automatic backups to Google Photos via the latest app update on Android and iOS. Google has announced that it has worked with Canon to add support for Google Photos as a backup option in its app. Google says Canon users will get one month free subscription to Google One with 100GB of cloud storage. Images will be stored in the cloud in their original resolution. This feature requires a Google One subscription to work.

Google’s blog post states that you must have the latest version of the app, which can be downloaded for free on Android and iOS. Second, you’ll need a compatible Canon camera for this to work. This includes Canon cameras that are already compatible with the app. Of course, it supports all the latest mirrorless models like EOS R5, EOS R6 as well as several DSLR models like EOS 5D Mark IV and EOS 1500D. It also offers the added benefit of automatically backing up your photos to the cloud. Photos need to be transferred to your phone or tablet before they can be uploaded to Google Photos.

Canon’s app currently supports backups to Google Drive and YouTube, and the latest version adds Google Photos as another backup option. Note that you need a paid subscription to Google One to use this feature. In India, membership fees start from money. 130 per month for 100GB. You can save some money 1,300 annually. Google offers multiple plans, up to 30TB for cloud storage. 9,750 per month.

While this is a very useful addition for Canon users, it is also an opportunity for Google to get more users to subscribe to Google One. Unfortunately, the free high-resolution backup option you get with the Google Photos app isn’t available here, and users won’t be able to choose whether to get paid subscriptions if they want to back up photos to their original resolution.

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Rydon Cerezo

Roydon Cerejo writes about smartphones and laptops for the Gadget 360 outside Mumbai. He is the Deputy Editor (Review) of Gadgets 360 He has often written about the smartphone and PC industry and is also interested in photography With more than a decade of experience covering the consumer technology space, he is an avid sci-fi movie and TV show geek and always ready for the best horror flick. Roydon is available at royd[email protected], so please send us your leads and tips. More

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