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How to Backup iPhone Photos to Google Photos, for Free

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Are you an iPhone user looking to backup your photos to the cloud, but you have either ran out of iCloud storage space, don’t want to pay for iCloud fees, or you’re already intertwined within the Google ecosystem? You’re certainly not alone. Thanks to Google Photos, there’s an alternate way to backup iPhone photos to the cloud, and it’s free.


Apple provides 5 GB of free iCloud storage with every account, but for many people, that’s not enough to store their stuff, let alone all of the photos in their libraries. Of course one solution is to pay Apple…

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How to Add Your Google Calendar to Apple's Calendar App (and Vice Versa)

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If you live your life across multiple services and computers—for example, using Google’s suite of digital tools alongside Apple’s various iCloud-based offerings—the best thing you can do for yourself is to mash all your worlds together. To carry this example forward, you’ll then be able to see your iCloud calendar(s)…

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How to Access & Edit Google Drive Files from iPhone & iPad

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Do you use Google Drive as a cloud storage platform to store your files from multiple devices that you use? If so, you’ll be able to view, edit, access, and manage Google Drive files right on your iPhone and iPad using the Files app.

If you are interested in managing your files that are stored on your Google Drive, then read on to learn how you can access and edit Google Drive files from both the iPhone and iPad.

How to Access & Edit Google Drive Files from iPhone & iPad

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How to Share Screen with Hangouts on iPhone & iPad

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If you’re one of the millions of people using Google Hangouts for group video calls you may appreciate learning how to share your screen with other participants in the video chat.

Google Hangouts video conferencing and screen sharing is useful for meetings, presentations, work, school, personal calls, and so much more, whether you’re in an office, at home, working from home during quarantine, or any other situation. But Google Hangouts Screen Sharing functionality is limited to the business-oriented Hangouts Meet, which comes bundled with G Suite.

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How to Make Group Video Calls with Google Hangouts on iPhone & iPad

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Google Hangouts offers a free and easy way to make group video calls, and you can make and join those calls directly from iPhone and iPad.

Google Hangouts has always been useful, but for some people it may be more relevant and useful than ever right now during quarantine periods, and it offers another option to video conferencing with Zoom Meeting from iPhone and iPad, group FaceTime video chat with iPhone and iPad and Group FaceTime on Mac, Skype, and others too. Thanks to Google Hangouts, you can make group video calls to handle personal, business, and other…

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How to Reverse Image Search with Google on iPhone

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Want to perform a reverse image search with Google from iPhone using Safari or Chrome? If you’ve ever wanted to get information regarding an image, or verify the authenticity of a picture you found on the internet, we wouldn’t be surprised if you tried reverse image searching it on Google.

This excellent tool has been available to users for years now and is widely used on desktop browsers like Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. By visiting Google Images, anyone could perform a reverse image search from their computer or tablet within a matter of…

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How to Install iCloud as a Progressive Web App on Android

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Apple’s has redesigned the mobile version of iCloud, and if you live in a divided house—Android and iOS/iPadOS devices living in perfect harmony—you should check out the new website, especially if you’re on an Android smartphone or tablet. In fact, you might even go so far as to install it on your device as a…

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How to Set Up Your iPhone as a Security Key for Google's 2FA

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iOS: If you’re a good Google user, you’re probably used to receiving all sorts of prompts on your device whenever you sign into your account (or in the not-so-great instance when someone else is trying to sign in as you). Android users have been able to use their devices as security keys for some time now, and iPhone…

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