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Easy Way to Move Dropbox Photos to Google Photos

MultCloud provides you with a good way to move photos from Dropbox to Google Photos.

Author Vera

Posted by @Vera

June 11, 2019 | 3 mins read

Problems You Might Encounter When Using Dropbox to Store Photos

As a pioneer in the cloud service field, Dropbox is favored by over 500 million registered users across 180 countries. Among the users who have Dropbox accounts, one group of users cannot be ignored. They may not use Dropbox to save work files as office workers do, nor do they store study materials or lab reports like students. They use Dropbox to store items that are related to their lives. With Dropbox, they can save precious and interesting photos, family videos, beloved movies and other files to record lovely moments in their life.

However, there are some possible issues that users have to pay attention to when storing photos in Dropbox.

1. A small volume of free storage: Dropbox only offers 2 GB free space for users. So cloud space gets full soon.

2. Limited supported file formats: Dropbox supports limited image and video formats, so it might not perfectly fulfill client demand.

3. No access to edit photos directly: There is no way to edit photos directly unless users grant for other editing tools to edit their pictures.

To avoid these problems, users try to find a good alternative to save and share photos. Most people might find Google Photos is a wonderful choice. With free unlimited cloud storage, built-in editing function and more supported file formats like .mts, .mtv, .webp, .asf, etc, Google Photos makes up for the shortcomings of Dropbox in terms of storing photos. Moreover, it can automatically organize photos into galleries and its "Enhancement" feature makes photos more perfect.

Since users choose Google Photos as an alternative, here comes a question: how can they move Dropbox photos to Google Photos? The following part will introduce a method to help users transfer photos from Dropbox to Google Photos quickly.

How to Move Dropbox Photos to Google Photos?

You can rely on a free third-party tool called MultCloud to easily copy photos from Dropbox to Google Photos. MultCloud is a web-based app which mainly has three functions: "Cloud Transfer", "Cloud Sync" and "Cloud Explorer". "Cloud Transfer" feature allows you to directly move Dropbox photos to Google Photos. Here is a detailed instruction on how it works.

Step 1. Sign Up

To make use of MultCloud, you need to sign up first.

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Step 2. Add Clouds

Add Dropbox and Google Photos to MultCloud one by one.

Add Dropbox and Google Photos
Add Dropbox and Google Photos to MultCloud

Step 3. Create Cloud Transfer Task

Click on "Cloud Transfer" button on the tab and select Dropbox as the source and Google Photos as the destination. Then, click on "Transfer Now" to perform the operation and you can successfully migrate Dropbox photos to Google Photos.

Transfer between Dropbox and Google Photos
Move Dropbox Photos to Google Photos

Bottom Line: Learn about Other Features of MultCloud

With the help of MultCloud, you can move Dropbox photos to Google Photos in just three simple steps. As mentioned, except for "Cloud Transfer" function, MultCloud has other two features. "Cloud Sync" feature can help you quickly sync or backup files from one cloud to another without shifting accounts. For example, you can sync Google Photos to OneDrive without efforts, or backup OneDrive to Google Drive. You can also link OneDrive accounts, realize pCloud remote upload and operate other tasks like file sharing with "Cloud Explorer" feature.

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