Google One Phone Backup comes to Android and iOS for free
It uses 15 GB of free storage included with your Google account.
Last year, Google added automatic backups of Android phones to Google One, the company̵7;s “membership” program, which includes Drive storage, family sharing, and a handful of other benefits. The company has now announced that the phone’s backup feature will be free for all Android and iPhone users. It keeps a copy of photos, contacts, messages, and other items on Android, while iOS users can store photos, videos, contacts, and calendar events.
The updated Android app Google One for Android will be available in the Play Store in the “coming days”, while its iOS counterpart will be available “soon”.
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The good film “Ghost in the Shell” finally wins the 4K edition
Not Scarlett Johansson.
On September 8, you will be able to buy the milestone film Mamoru Oshii in a beautiful collection that will allow you to watch the 1995 film in several formats in Ultra High-Definition. Lionsgate edited the original Japanese and English soundtrack for Dolby Atmos. There is also support for Dolby Vision HDR. Special features include new English audio commentary by English screenwriter Mary Claypool and Richard Epcar, who expresses Bata in dub.
It will be available through video-on-demand, but if you prefer 4K quality discs, you can pre-order them for $ 19.29 in the Amazon or $ 19.99 in Best Buy for the exclusive Steelbook edition.
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