How To Transfer Photos From Facebook To Google Photos

Posted: Dec 3 2019, 5:35am CST | by , in Technology News

How to Transfer Photos from Facebook to Google Photos

Facebook has launched a new tool that allows you to transfer photos and videos to Google Photos app.

Facebook has announced a new tool that will help people transfer their
photos and videos from Facebook to Google Photos app. The tool is extremely
useful as it addresses the need of literally millions of people around the

Google Photos is an amazing photo app used by over one billion users
worldwide. However, a lot of people ask how to transfer Facebook photos to
Google photos. Millions of people worldwide have most of their photos and
videos on their Facebook accounts. People wanted a way to transfer these
photos and videos easily to Google Photos app.

Facebook is initially launching the tool in Ireland, but plans to roll it
out worldwide in the months to come. The company also said that the photo
transfer tool will be launched for other services.

In order to access the photo transfer tool, go to your Facebook account and
open Settings. On the left side of the web app, you will see an option
named “Your Facebook Information.” This is the place from where you can
download all your Facebook data. For the users having access to the new
tool, you will see an option to transfer photos to Google Photos.

According to Facebook, the new tool is part of the company’s data transfer
project. In addition to Google, Apple, Microsoft and Twitter are also part of
this project.

The new photo transfer tool is extremely useful for those users who don’t
usually back up their photos. With a single click you can transfer all your
photos and videos from Facebook to Google Photos.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/26" rel="author">Fahad Saleem</a>
Fahad Saleem is an experienced technology writer with special interest in Apple.




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