23 months ago, Google launched a subscription-based Cloud Storage service called Google One. You can think of Google One as the upgraded version of Google Drive with some exclusive features like Storage Management and Device Backup. Now, although anyone having a Google account can access the Google One Service, some of its features are accessible only to the premium members. Take the automatic phone backup feature as an example.

Now, Today, via a blog post, Google has announced to give the Automatic Phone Back up and Storage Management tool to all the Google One users. So, now, even though you are enrolled in the Google One free plan (having the 15GB of storage you get with the Google Account), you get access to both the features mentioned above.

Now, explaining about both the features, as the name suggest the Automatic Phone Back up feature helps the user to backup different file types present in the device to the Google Cloud at their appropriate places. For example, the photos and videos will automatically be stored in Google Photos, the PDF, Word, and Text documents to Google Drive and so on.

The other feature which is the Storage Management Tool, it helps to manage the 15GB (or more) of storage space. For example, you want to cleans up the spam and deleted mails, deleted files on Google Drive which is stored in the trash section, Emails with large attachments, large files on Google Drive. You can simply clean these unused files located at different Google Services with Google One Storage Management Tool. Visit this link to manage your Google Account’s Storage space via Google One. Last but not the least, the most exciting thing is Google has now made these features available even to the users who haven’t enrolled for any Google one paid plan that starts at Rs. 130/month in India.

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