There are no shortages of cloud-saving applications for customers to choose from. With everyday the extra-services and availability of the largest 4 applications (Google Drive, Microsoft Skydrive, Apple iCloud and Amazon Cloud) get better and better.
The latest upgrade to Amazon’s Cloud Drive is a new iPhone app that makes saving and sharing videos easier when using the application. Amazon released a similar version for Android devices last November and now iOS customers can download it as well.
With a few settings and swipes users will instantly back-up their full iPhone photo libraries to Amazon’s Cloud Drive. You don’t have to upload all of your photos, you can select a few if you prefer. Users will have 5GB of free storage using Cloud Drive you can easily upgrade to 20GB of storage for just $10 a year or 50GB at $25. There is even a 100GB version for $50 if you should ever need it. All paid annually I should add.
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