Google Photos users can upload new photos, view, edit, save and create new videos, animations, collages, albums and photos books. You can also download everything, meaning your cloud backup can itself be easily backed up onto your computer or hard drive.
For IOS users, you can opt to automatically backup and sync your photos and videos as you take them. If you have an Android device, you can limit data usage, so you don’t run out of data uploading things in the background.
You can also set your Google Drive to keep a copy of your photos and videos by going to your Drive’s settings, turning on “Create a Google Photos Folder,” and clicking save. As photos are added to your account, they will be sorted into categories. In particular, Google photos has a built-in AI assistant for future issues/questions you may have.