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Google Thoughts: Stoping Unlimited Storage for WhatsApp

Google, as most Android customers would know, offers boundless additional space to WhatsApp customers for their chat backups as at now. However, that is about to change. Another report shows that Google may after a short time start considering a part of the additional room that WhatsApp customers use for their chat backups.



As demonstrated by a report by WABetaInfo, it is possible that Google may after a short time start counting the space required by WhatsApp backups on Google Drive without a doubt to some degree. The blog site page declared that the tech giant might stop offering unlimited storage with regards to WhatsApp  backups. As a piece of this change, the association will offer a confined game plan - 2000 MB or 2GB per customer - for WhatsApp customers for their chat backups.


"This new plan has not been announced yet and everything may change after a short time, yet this is the idea around the better way to store WhatsApp  backups on Google Drive," the blog site pointed out. 


In case this happens, WhatsApp will be the second platform after Google Photos to stop offering unlimited space to its customers. 


To counter this change, WhatsApp clearly is working on a feature called Manage Backup Size. This feature when conveyed will give customers the decision to manage the size of their chat backups, for instance, Photos, Audio, Videos, Documents and various media records.


"WhatsApp is moreover working on another part where the customer can manage the backup size. 


This feature is available in WhatsApp beta for Android variation 2.21.21.7. It is most likely going to be open in the company's mainstream application when the company is done testing the application.

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