N3rdTek I have only been with them a few weeks, not even a month. It took me using it for about 3 days before I dropped Google photos altogether and used Google Takeout to export all my photos and videos. Importing them was super smooth, you can use the web interface or the fdroid app. They do have ios and gplay store links, but of course Fdroid it is. I really appreciate that they support a desktop app for windoze/mac and linux. I use Linux so I went with that desktop app. I was able to pull my sorted (mostly) photos and videos from exported Gphotos and dragged and dropped into the computer app. It was relatively simple and very fast to upload and create (as I dragged and dropped) new albums or added to existing albums. The android app is very nice. It just has a nice flow and feel to the app itself and I like that when I select to delete a photo or video from my phone, it asks if i want to delete from my phone alone or both the phone and cloud. If I had any gripe, it would be that you cannot send a link to someone for an individual photo or video. On Gphotos, if I had a video file that I wanted to send to other family members (all on ios) I had to create a shareable link and then send that to them for them to view, no such luck yet on Ente.io. However you can create a shareable link for an album.
They do offer I believe a free 7 or 14 day trial with very limited temp storage. Honestly, I have been extremely pleased with them and unless something goes seriously wonky with the company, I will stay.
I would like to one day use my home server (52tb) as a storage in place of Ente.io, but I do like that there is a cloud storage just in case.
If anyone has any thoughts on Ente.io, I would say use the trial period and mess with it and the PC app. You got nothing to lose. But I feel it is worth it for e2e encryption. In regards to my previous statement about hte 24 digit key, its actually a series of words. You enter this once into the PC app to sync as well as the cloud/website login. Then you are golden. Let me know if anyone else has questions. Besides the limited free account, $5 for 100gb and $10 for 500gb. While it is much more expensive (not as much as others) when compared to Google Photos storage ($3 for 200gb a month) I feel it is worth the piece of mind that your photos and videos are yours alone and no one else can see them unless you share it. They offer a family plan, but not sure what that costs.