The iOS backup is limited to Google Photos, calendar events, and contacts, but Android users can back up everything on their devices. This way, you have a security reserve with all your information, in case of theft of the device, loss or simply changing the device for a more modern model. Moreover, Samsung will also stop supporting its Galaxy app store.More news: Boston Marathon bombing: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's death sentence overturned
The new app and update to the Google One app will be available for Android users in "the coming days" and on iOS "soon".
We will see what happens, but the two companies have responded to Bloomberg, showing that the relationship between the two is very good, Google leaving Samsung free to work on the apps it wants and Samsung affirming that they work closely with Google to offer the best user experience. However, the feature requires a Google One subscription, which would cost at least INR 130 per month. On Android smartphones, automatic phone backup can be used even without a Google One membership.More news: Brendan Gleeson Plays Donald Trump In New Series — TRAILER
The company has also found out users' behavior when a lot of them are searching for a way to disable Bixby, preferring Google Assistant. The data is not lost if users "break, lose, or upgrade" their phone. Now onwards, anyone with a Google account will be able to use the feature. Furthermore, the "automatic phone backup" feature that was introduced previous year for paid users has now been made free for everyone, whether they have an active subscription or not.
What is far more, Google is earning it less complicated to kind by all of these files with a new storage supervisor attribute.More news: New documents show Jeffrey Epstein contacts with Ghislaine Maxwell
Now You: Are you a Google One user? The extension of new features is only for consumer accounts, and not G Suite business users, Google said in a blog post.