How to upload photos and videos from iPhone to Google Drive?

Google Drive is not just limited to Android users. iOs users as well can use Google Drive to backup documents, Photos, videos and music files. To use Google drive on your iPhone all you need is a Gmail account and Google Drive app installed on your phone. Then you can process with the following steps:
  1. Download and install "Google Drive" app on your iPhone from the Apple App store.
  2. Tap "Google Drive" app on your iPhone.
  3. Tap "+" button located at the top-right corner of the screen.
  4. You will see 2 options i.e. "Upload" and "Use Camera".
  5. If you select "Upload" option, you will get another set of options to choose from i.e "Photos and Videos", "iCloud" and "More".
  6. Select "Upload Photos or Videos" option to upload photos that exist on your device. Select "iCloud" option to store photos and videos that you have in iCloud. Or Select "More" option, if you want to store content you may have in another Compatible app.
  7. You may be prompted to allow Google Drive permission to access your photos. Tap "Ok" button.
  8. Select the album that holds the photos you want to upload and then tap on the photos you want to upload.
  9. Click "Upload" button.
  10. You'll see a status bar at the bottom of your screen. To view your file, tap Locate.

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