GoogleSo far, it has given all its Android users free space to use its cloud as storage. Through it you can upload documents in Word, PDF, high quality photos, videos, even files in RAR or ZIP.
However, as of June 1, as indicated Google Last year, it will start charging for its service to expand your cloud storage.
So if you don’t use email very often from Gmail or Google Drive files, these will be permanently deleted after having announced to you three months before this will proceed.
So that you do not run out of free space in the apps of Google It is time for you to carry out this simple tutorial and thus eliminate certain data that is useless or you did not think that it was saved in your personal cloud.
HOW TO FREE GOOGLE CLOUD SPACE
The first thing you should do to start deleting files that you no longer use or simply take up too much in your email from Gmail, is to log into your account Google in the wanted.
- When you’ve done it, now head over to this link.
- Google One will help you choose which files are the heaviest and which are in your trash.
- That way when you click on Google Drive or Gmail you can manually choose which documents you want to delete.
- Also, you will be able to visualize how much space you are freeing up.
- On the other hand, if you have a document that is not in the recycle bin, simply go to the app of your choice and delete it manually.
- At the end of the whole process, you will see the total space that you have freed in the three applications and how much you currently have left.
- Remember that you only have 15 GB of free use in the Google cloud. If it is full, the app will ask you to buy more storage: you can choose between 100 GB up to 2 TB and the charge is monthly.