Sunday, November 19, 2023 at 09:00 AM
Although the application Share it It’s available for free, but Google’s major update could result in shocking new charges for viewing some of millions of conversations, as Google tries to change its terms and conditions, which means all backups of WhatsApp conversations will now be gone. According to the British Mirror, Google’s cloud storage space.
For those who don’t know, Google offers 15 GB of storage for free to all its users, but when you exceed this limit, you have to start paying a monthly fee. If you don’t want to pay, you have to start. Remove your saved photos, videos and WhatsApp messages. Save it to the cloud.
As the phones of all WhatsApp fans using Android devices will be updated next year, the changes will begin for some users next month, and Google announced in a post on its blog: “As an important warning, WhatsApp backups on Android will start soon. Counting the account’s cloud storage limit.” Similar to how WhatsApp backups are handled on your Google, other mobile platforms.”
The company added, “This change will first roll out to WhatsApp beta users in December 2023, and then gradually roll out to all WhatsApp users on Android early next year.” Google has confirmed that backups of the WhatsApp app on Android will continue. Your Google Account storage space, as long as you have space in it to work with.
When you reach your storage limit, you’ll need to free up space to resume backups by removing items you don’t need or paying a data boost fee. For example, a 15GB standard account is free.
The next option offers 100GB at £1.59 per month, then rises to £2.49 for 200GB and £7.99 for 2TB, all managed via the Google One app on your phone.