With other services, like Apple’s iCloud, charging anyway from $100 to $240USD a year, Google introduces an unlimited option for free with Google Photos.
The only limits on the service is photos are capped at 16 MP and videos at 1080P. Photos larger than these parameters, Google will compress the files without compromising visual quality. The Google Photos app also offers auto-backup from its iOS and Android apps, so you never have to worry about syncing your photos.
In comparison, Apple’s iCloud costs $240 USD a year for a terabyte of storage, while Dropbox costs $100 USD, and Microsoft OneDrive at $84 USD.
For more info, visit Photos.Google.com, which is automatically available to anyone with a Google account.