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Facebook now lets you use its data portability tool to transfer your photos and videos to Dropbox and Koofr - not just Google Photos.
Facebook's new Photo transfer tool letting users transfer photos and videos to Google Photos is now available globally to everyone on Facebook.
Google Photos has added a new feature that puts your memories at the forefront of the app's experience.
Starting on July 10, 2019, Google Photos and Google Drive will stop synchronising automatically, letting users easily choose where they would like to store their photos and videos instead.
If you're a Google Photos user and snap anything and everything, you'll be pleased to know that Google has doubled the number of images that your live albums can contain.
It's been some time not that Facebook has been moving some of its biggest features into standalone apps. First came Messenger, and many others followed. Moments, Facebook's version of Google Photos is the next standalone …