The Google Photos app can sync files between online cloud and local devices. As for cloud to cloud synchronization, it can’t help. Therefore, you should rely on third party program to carry out this project.
MultCloud is a professional and reliable cloud sync software, which can easily link and sync photos of two Google accounts.
Step 1. Create MultCloud Account for Free
As a web-based tool, MultCloud only requires you to sign up for making use of its services.
Step 2. Add 2 Google Photos Accounts to MultCloud
On the premise that you have successfully registered to MultCloud, sign in to the created account. In its main user interface, choose “Add Clouds” tab, scroll down and select “Google Photos” in the cloud brands list. Then, just follow the simple guidance to finish this step.
Add the other Photos account in the same way.
Step 3. Sync Two Google Photos Accounts
After both Google Photos accounts are added, move to “Cloud Sync” tab, specify source and destination Photos accounts, finally click “Sync Now”.
- The sync task is a “One-way Sync” in default. That means data can be synced from source account to destination, but can’t be synced back from target account to original one. If you want the items also sync from destination to source, you should change the sync mode to two way sync.
- The one way syncing has altogether 7 modes available for choosing: simple sync (default), mirror sync, move sync, cumulative sync, update sync, incremental backup sync and full backup sync. Except for the default simple sync, the other 6 modes are charged. If you want to adopt any one of them, you should upgrade your MultCloud account plan from free to premium. And, click “Options” in the lower left in Cloud Sync screen; select one in the pop-up window.
- Since MultCloud is an online solution, you can use it in any operating systems including Windows, Linux, Mac, ios and Android; as well as all local devices like desktop, laptop, notebook, cellphone, iPhone, iPad, etc.