Facebook has officially announced that it will launch a new tool that will allow you to move your account photos to Google Photos extremely simply. For now, it will be tested only in Ireland and will be released to all users during the first half of 2020.
This new tool will be very useful for users who for some reason don't like to have Google Photos auto-sync feature enabled. Even for those with the feature, it can be useful for saving photos that you didn't post but were tagged.
Google Photos is just the first of several services that will be supported.
According to the official Facebook post, they will start with support for Google Photos. However, he said other services could be added in the future.
This new tool was developed based on the code of the Data Transfer Project, which includes big names like Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Twitter.
So it would not be surprising that the next additions are from platforms related to these giants of the technological world.
Although the tool is already available in Ireland, no images have yet emerged to help us better understand how it will work. However, it seems that it will have a very intuitive interface designed to facilitate all operations.
Since Google Photos offers unlimited (high quality) photo storage, this tool could eventually bring even more users to Google's service. With all the tools it has to offer, it is only natural that it has become one of today's most popular photo storage services.
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