Review: Synology DS220+, can this NAS replace Google Photos?

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In November 2020, Google announced a change to Photos that impacts the storage and backup plans for millions of Android users. Starting June 1st, any new photos and videos that are uploaded to Google Photos will count toward the storage quota. This is a big change for Android users on free plans, as well as Google One users on paid plans. If you currently backup the photos in your Camera Roll, you definitely want to pay attention. This change means that many will need to start paying Google for additional storage, which makes alternate storage options a serious possibility. One such option is to use a Network Attached Storage (NAS) device, like the Synology DiskStation DS220+. This is a 2-bay NAS that […]

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