The tech giant Apple has added a service that easily transfers photos, videos, and albums from your iCloud Photo Library to Google Photos.
This feature includes with Apple privacy room that protects your data.
Unfortunately, something won’t transfer, according to Apple, albums, photo stream content, live photos, some metadata, and media that isn’t stored in your iCloud profile.
Some photos live photos are specifically eyebrow-raising that the company doesn’t make it clear if the entire picture will be left behind.
The transfer tools accepted 10,793 of my photos that will be transferred, which is the accurate number of pictures in my library. Given that over 2,500 of those are Live, it would seem that Apple is planning for their transfer system.
Over the clarify at the time of writing we haven’t heard back.
Also, the tech giant says the feature won’t remove anything from your iCloud Photo Library, it just simply make a copy of it.
So, you need to access manually to delete the things if you no longer want them to be stored in iCloud.
Moreover, the feature is presently only available to people in Australia, Canada, and the European Union, Iceland, and more continues.
If you want to shift from iPhone to Android or you want to use Google Photos to transfer your data then you can easily use the Apple feature that makes your photo transfer more quickly without having to reupload it.