There are apps for that.
TikTok user Sarah Adekola, who often shares money-saving tips, is advising Apple product users to never pay for additional iCloud storage as there are cheaper, or in some cases, free options.
In a video uploaded last week, Adekola acknowledged that each user who signs up for iCloud gets 5 gigabytes of free storage.
But once that runs out, users should consider downloading the Amazon Photos app to get an additional 5GB of storage for free.
Even better, Amazon Prime members get unlimited photo storage.
An Amazon Prime membership will set you back $14.99 per month, or $139 per year.
Meanwhile, iCloud charges $0.99 for 50 GB of storage, $2.99 for 200 GB, and $9.99 for 2 terabytes.
But Adekola had one more hack up her sleeve.
“You can also get 15 gigabytes of free storage from Google across your Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Photos,” she shared.
This, too, simply requires a Google account.
The Post reached out to Adekola for comment.
Earlier this year, Fox News shared hacks for how to unlock an Apple device when its owner dies.
Here’s one hint: iCloud.com is vital to gain access in that situation.
And radio host Kim Komando recently released a list of five amazing things your phone can do that you may not know about — as cell phones have come a long way from simply making calls and playing a round of Snake.
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