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Google One gets automatic phone backup

Google wants to help out its Google One subscribers secure the data on their phone. All Google One users now have automatic phone backup of photos, videos, and MMS. You don't have to worry about keeping important images, videos, contacts, and messages with you—even if you break your phone, lose it, or switch to a new one. Aside from offering texts, contacts, and apps backup, Google One can keep original quality photos, videos, and multimedia messages (MMS). We must note that Google Photos also offers original quality photo and video backup. The backups are managed directly from the Google One app. When you set up your next Android phone, the transition should be seamless.

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Google is offering free Home Mini to One subscribers in Canada

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After showing up for Google One subscribers in the US, it seems One users in Canada are part of this new promo. The company has been sending emails to users saying they get a Home Mini speaker for free. According to Android Police, the accounts need to have been created before August 6 are eligible. They didn't specify what storage tier is required, though. In the US, 2TB and above plans are eligible. It might be time to check your email or even to see if you can score a free smart speaker from Google.