Users have consistently found it effortless to interact with Google, the firm responsible for developing Android. Users have the ability to save their WhatsApp conversations to Google Drive without consuming their allocated 15GB of complimentary bandwidth. Nevertheless, a substantial change is imminent this year.
Customers’ Google Drive storage limitations will be impacted by WhatsApp chat backups in the early part of this year, as stated in a recent release. This change will have an impact on those who have relied on the complimentary 15GB allocation to safeguard their treasured conversations and memories.
This modification brings Android practices in line with the storage constraints faced by iPhone users on iCloud. In order to tackle this issue, Google One, which includes membership plans linked to Google Drive, offers three primary options that can be chosen on a monthly or yearly basis.
For annual commitments:
- The cost of the Basic (100GB) plan is £19.99 / £15.99.
- The Standard (200GB) plan is priced at £24.99 / $29.99,
- The Premium (2TB) plan comes in at £79.99 / $99.99.
For individuals who are reluctant to subscribe to Google One, there exists an alternative approach to enhance the utilization of storage space. Users can navigate through the understanding that photographs consume a substantial amount of storage.
In the WhatsApp preferences, go to the Data & Storage section, and then choose Manage Storage. Users may make the most of their free 15GB allocation without paying more thanks to this feature’s many options for efficiently reducing storage consumption.
Similarly, WhatsApp is developing a new feature that will allow users to communicate without sharing their phone numbers.