Apple is making it easier for iCloud users to transfer their images and videos to Google Photos. The ability is made possible using a newly launched Apple service for iCloud users, one similar to the transfer option Facebook offers for shuttling content to a Google account. Images transferred to Google Photos will remain available in the user’s iCloud account.
If you own an iPhone and/or iPad, you likely have many images and videos stored in iCloud Photos.
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