Google One is a subscription service from the technology giant that allows you to expand storage in the cloud. It was introduced in 2018 and since then we have seen improvements and new features. There was the free phone backup and the new storage manager. There was also the automatic backup. For this year, we are learning about “Google One Backup”. It is simply an update to the available backup service. Google wants to improve in this area by covering more application data, call history, device preferences, contacts and SMS messages. Other important information such as passwords, WiFi networks, wallpapers, language and input settings, display settings, and date / time are also backed up.
Google One backup it is saying be expansive and unified. You can save and backup more data, such as your videos, photos, and MMS messages. You can control Android settings and manage your backup preferences here.
The Google One app or website alone helps protect and save your data. You can even backup MMS. Management is more efficient as you can benefit from a unified approach. Feel free to access Android settings on this Google One Backup page.
It is branded ‘Google One’, but will also be ready for all Google accounts. Follow the recent move to make the Google One app storage management tool available to everyone. However, the limit is still 15GB of free storage. Larger storage will require payment.
The unified backup experience for Android will keep getting better. Google will continue research and development, especially as the program will be widely used on devices running Android 8.0 and later.