Google has teamed up with Canon to release a new integration for Google Photos that makes it possible to automatically back up your photos over Wi-Fi.
The integration works through Canon’s image.canon app for Android and iOS. Inside the app, you can connect your Google account and have images automatically upload to Google Photos when they’re transferred from your compatible Canon DSLR or mirrorless camera.
|A full list of the cameras supported by image.canon|
Unfortunately, this integration doesn’t come free. In order to wirelessly upload images to Google Photos, you must have a Google One subscription, which starts at $20/year ($2/month) for the 100GB plan and goes up to $100/year ($10/month) for the 2TB plan. Google is offering a free month to Canon users interested in testing out the new feature.
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