How to Download Photos from Google Photos

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Google Photos makes it easy to download one or more photos from your account to your devices. You can also download all your photos and videos at once using Google’s Takeout service. We’ll show you how to use these options on your desktop and mobile.

Note that if you’re on a desktop computer, you can upload both individual photos and multiple photos at once. However, on mobile, you can only upload one photo at a time.

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Save images from Google Photos to your desktop

To download one or more images to your desktop, first launch a web browser on your computer and open the Google Photos to place. Log in to your account if you haven’t already.

When the Photos site is launched, in the left sidebar, click on “Photos” to view all your photos.

Select "Pictures" to the left.

To upload an individual photo, then in the right pane, click the photo to upload. When your photo opens in full screen, in the upper right corner, click on the three dots.

Select the three dots in the upper right corner.

In the three-dot menu, click “Download” to download the photo to your computer.

Picking out "To download" in the menu.

If you want to save multiple photos, click the checkmark icon in the upper left corner of a photo. Then select other photos to add to your upload selection.

Select multiple photos.

When you have selected the photos to upload, in the upper right corner of the site, click on the three dots and choose “Upload”.

And that’s all. Your chosen photos are now saved to your computer for offline access. Enjoy!

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Download images from Google Photos to your mobile

To upload a photo to your mobile device, use the free Google Photos app.

Start by launching Google Photos on your phone. In the bottom bar of the app, tap “Photos”.

Picking out "Pictures" basically.

On the “Photos” screen, select the photo to upload. Then, in the upper right corner of the photo screen, tap on the three dots.

Select the three dots in the upper right corner.

In the menu that launches, select “Download”.

To note: If you see “Delete from device” instead of “Download”, your selected photo is already available on your phone. In this case, check your phone’s gallery to find your photo.

Picking out "To download."

And Google Photos will start uploading your photo to your phone.

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Download all photos and videos from Google Photos

If you want to back up all your photos and videos stored on Google Photos, use Google’s Takeout service to download all your files to your device at once.

To use this method, first launch a web browser on your device and open the Google Takeout to place. Log in to your account if necessary.

Once logged in, you will see a list of services from which you can download data to your device. Here, deselect all these services by clicking “Deselect All”.

Scroll down the services page and search for “Google Photos”. Then activate this service by checking the box next to it.

Activate it "Google Photos" option.

Scroll down the page and click “Next step”.

Select "The next step" basically.

On the next page, click the “Delivery Method” drop-down menu and choose “Email Download Link”. This way you will get a link to download your Google Photos archive.

In the “Frequency” section, choose “Export once”. Click the “Files of type” drop-down menu and choose “ZIP.” Then click on the “Size” drop-down menu and select “2 GB”.

Finally, at the bottom of the page, click on “Create an export”.

Google Takeout will start creating a ZIP file from all your photos and videos stored in Google Photos. Once this file is ready, you will receive an email with a link to download the file.

And that’s how you make all your photos and videos locally available on your desktop and mobile phones. Enjoy quick and easy access to your content!


Along the same lines, you can download Google Photos albums as well as your photos from Facebook, if you want.

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