If you don’t have enough storage space on your iPhone for all your photos and your iCloud storage is full, then it will be time to transfer all your photo libraries to Google Photos instead. Apple has introduced an easy way to move all your pics to Google Photos with a transfer utility built into their Apple devices. In this guide, you will learn how to backup your iCloud Shared Library to Google Photos iOS app in detail below.
How to Backup iCloud Photo Library to Google Photos (2023)
Apple has launched a transfer utility to move the contents of your iCloud Shared Library to Google Photos in the year March 2021. You can find this tool on the Apple Privacy tools page and thus can transfer your photos directly with the Google Photos iOS app without even downloading and re-uploading them first from your PC. This will eventually save time and disk space on your devices. Check out the steps on how to back up iCloud Photo Library to Google Photos below.
Transfer a copy of your photos from iCloud Photo Library to Google Photos
- First, launch the Apple Privacy website by clicking on this link from your Google Chrome browser.
- On the next page, click on the “Request a copy of your data” link under Get a copy of your data
- Navigate to the bottom of the page and tick the checkbox for iCloud Photos and then press the Continue button at the bottom.
- Under File Size, click the appropriate file size you would like to download, and then click the Complete Request button at the bottom.
- In the next 3-7 days, Apple will send you the data by verifying it in your email with a link to download your photos.
- The file will be in ZIP format, so after unarchiving it, your photos will appear in the Photos and Recently Deleted folders can be then manually transferred to Google Photos iOS app.
That is everything you need to know about how to backup your iCloud Shared Library to Google Photos iOS app. If you are interested in more iCloud Tips and Tricks, check out our other guides only on our website TechNClub.com: