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New Google Photos ad seems aimed squarely at 16GB iPhone users [Video]

Google Photos may be an app available for both Android and iOS, but the company’s latest ad seems to be pitching it squarely at iPhone owners – especially those with 16GB storage. The ad features an iOS-style ‘Storage Full’ message as users try to take photos and video … more… Filed under: Apple
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