Photo sharing and tagging are popular habits—new but still they will die hard. Thanks to the slew of photo-sharing/upload sites, photo-storage is not a deal except that you might be confused over choosing Flickr instead of Google Photos or vice-versa.

Google Photos VS FlickrGoogle Photos and Flickr offer hordes of benefits—great tools for organization, superb editing specs, privacy settings that are top notch and also easy print settings. Nevertheless a head-to-head comparison of the two will ensure the better pick between the pair.

Flickr Google Photos
1 TB of storage for free plans No limit on storage even for free plans if pics are lesser than 2,048px
Paid plans available are for $5.99 per month for no ads and  1 TB storage while  2 TB is available for $499 per year 100 GB storage for $1.99 per month and 1 TB for $9.99 per month
PNG, JPEG, GIF TGA, PNG, TIFF, JPEG, TIF, BMP, GIF, PSD
Video: 1 GB,  Photo: 200 MB Video: 10 GB, Photo: 75  MB
Android, iOS, Mac and Windows Android, iOS, Mac and Windows

The loophole in storing photos over cyberspace on a password-protected basis is that you might lose stuff if the company chooses to wrap up the business. However, from experience and past records, most companies will give intimation in advance.