http://googleblog.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/picture-this-fresh-approach-to-photos.html This to me is a game changer. I used to back up my photos online on whatever platform I had the most unused storage on, and chronologically it went something like google->dropbox->box.net->copy->onedrive. Now with Google announcing they're allowing unlimited photo storage (up to 16MP, and none of my cameras are more than that) I think they just shook up the entire landscape. Dropbox/oneDrive/Copy all use (in one form or another) photo storage as a hook to get users to pay for more space. (Carousel from dropbox, automatic photo backup from everyone, etc.) Only caveat is I guess now Google has even more of your information that they can use to profit from you... Thoughts?