Canon can now automatically back up photos to Google photos

Google is working with several camera manufacturers to move photos from cameras to Google photos apps faster. Now Canon camera users can automatically upload photos and videos to Google photos after connecting to their mobile phones wirelessly. < / P > < p > the automatic backup function of Google photos is suitable for IOS and Android image.canon App, as long as your camera is compatible. After installing the new app, you’ll see a new option to transfer camera photos to Google photos. After activating the new features in Canon’s app, future photos and videos will be automatically sent to Google’s photo storage platform. You don’t have to worry about losing any quality in your photos: all the images will be synced to Google photos in their original quality. In February this year, Canon launched its own version of cloud backup service image.canon It also allows Canon cameras to seamlessly back up photos over Wi Fi. from image.canon Users can choose to automatically transfer their images and videos to other places, such as Google drive or youtube, and now Google photos is added to the list. < / P > < p > but there’s one thing to note: you need a Google one member to transfer photos this way. Google is offering Canon customers a one month Google one trial to help them use the service easily. At the end of the trial period, Google one plans to start at $2 a month with 100GB of storage. Developed a “plug and play” solar power generation scheme, and “5B” won a $12 million round a financing

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