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New Google Ad Targets Frustrated 16GB iPhone Owners [Video]

New Google Ad Targets Frustrated 16GB iPhone Owners [Video]

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Google has posted a new ad for Google Photos that targets iPhone users who are frustrated with the lack of space on their devices.

With the size of photos, videos, apps, music, movies ever increasing, many iPhone owners (especially those with a 16GB version) are constantly running out of free space on their mobile device.

The ad below shows various users trying to capture important moments with their iPhone's camera only to run into a dreaded Storage Full error. Google's solution? Use Google Photos to offload media and free up space on your device.

Notably, Apple is expected to up the minimum storage level of the iPhone 7 to 32GB.

Take a look at the ad below. You can download Google Photos from the App Store for free.


. - August 10, 2016 at 1:23pm
Yeah as much as this is yet another company targeting to only iPhone users, at least they are providing a solution that can also be done on iOS, but it doesn't offend me, be self centered about it, or piss me off so I'll give Google credit here.
MatrixXx - August 9, 2016 at 7:30pm
Them selfie chicks are cute, kinda...
odedo1 - August 9, 2016 at 3:34pm
I must admit google did an excellent and funny job on this one.
odedo1 - August 9, 2016 at 4:04pm
And like the famous sentence says " don't put all you eggs in one basket ", that's exactly what I'm doing I don't trust any cloud so I use them all, infect iCloud have been hacked less then a month ago and if it wasn't for the hacker mistake trying to blackmail a famous person buy releasing some compromising pictures the police would have never caught on to him and they say that they found unbelievable amount of information of so many people that it could have been a disaster if they didn't caught him in time and they believe that none of the information was used, ( key word " believe " ), so yes I use google photos App also use Box, Mega, One Drive, Dropbox and more, I also made many of each and am using an App that lets me connect them all together, but my best cloud is my own external 5 Tera hard drive which any photo I take no matter where I am remotely gets backed up on it.
parap1 - August 9, 2016 at 5:38pm
Exactly. It's easy to get a computer we can store photos on ourselves so This has been a long time solution here.
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