How to remove blurry photos from Google Photos

In these months, many users have looked for alternatives, but if they want to continue using this Google service, they may have to manage their storage more efficiently than before.

Google Photos put an end to unlimited storage free for all users, something that was announced months ago. In these months, many users have looked for alternatives, but if they want to continue using this Google service, they may have to manage their storage more efficiently than before.

It is common to have duplicate photos in your account, as well as blurred or low-quality photos. Fortunately, Google Photos has a new tool to remove those blurry photos and thus free up space on your account.

Remove blurry photos in Google Photos

Google itself introduced a new function for users in the application, both in the desktop version and in Android. Thanks to it it is possible to remove those blurry images that are on our account and that are uselessly taking up space.

A simple way to free up space.

The new Google Photos tool makes the process simple, as we will not have to search the application’s library for images that are out of focus. the application automatically detects these photos and so we can delete them. These are the steps to follow:

  1. Follow this link (It is also possible on a smartphone).
  2. Go to the Review and delete the section.
  3. Check for blurred photos in the list.
  4. Select the photos.
  5. Delete those images from your account.

This is a simple way to free up space on your Google Photos account. This tool is very easy to use, just check if the photos that the application marked as really blurred are and proceed accordingly to delete them.

The new tool is being launched for users of the application. There may be those who, when entering this link, find an error message, although the normal thing is that everyone can already use it.

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