The storage of Google accounts, which shares its share among many of the services associated with it, such as Google Drive, Gmail or Google Photos, sooner or later ends up reaching its limit.
Especially the accounts that have not subscribed to an increase in space, faced with this recurring situation, can access some solutions that we presented earlier, which attack the problem. To those, a new alternative is added.
Free up space on your Google account by deleting attachments from Gmail
Email, if used frequently, can be one of the most space-hogging factors in a Google account. Although text messages weigh very little, the attachments exchanged end up accumulating and getting lost over the years.
Attacking this particular situation, Unattach offers a solution through a simple desktop account, available for Windows, macOS and Linux, which allows you to back up on your computer and delete attachments from email that we no longer need to keep.
In general, and with good reason, the aspect of privacy arouses interest. In section frequent questions of Unattach, several doubts are cleared in this regard.
As it works from the computer, the application does not depend on a third-party server to process requests. In addition, it does not require access to the account password, since it is logged in as in any other third-party application that is linked. In addition, the application is verified by Google, as that is one of the requirements to use its API.
Unattach is a paid application. However, it can be a practical alternative for those who are not willing to subscribe to an increase in space, since the software is purchased only once.
A second alternative to access this application, more complicated for those who do not have programming skills, is the option to compile the application independently. By releasing your code, as a sign of transparency and security, according to your presentation review, Unattach can be independently compiled for personal use.
File deletion is optional. Although we present the application for that purpose, it can also be used for backup purposes only.
You can learn more about Unattach on their website.