Google One, will now backup your iOS or Android phone for free with your Google account. Automatic phone backup will be available on Android phones, even if you don’t have a Google One membership. The iOS app will be able to backup your photos, videos, contacts, and calendar events with Google.

If you break, lose, or upgrade your phone, you can rest easy knowing that your data is safe in the cloud.

With this update, Google is also introducing a new storage manager tool in Google One, which is available in the app and on the web, and which allows you to delete files and backups as needed. The tool works across Google properties and lets you find emails with very large attachments or large files in your Google Drive storage, for example.

And if you need more storage and want the full Google One experience, you can always upgrade to a Google One membership right from the app. With plans of all sizes, you can get the additional storage you need at a price that works for you, starting at $1.99/month. As a member, you can share your plan with up to five additional family members, access live help with anything Google and get benefits including premium support and family sharing.