Amazon Prime members get free unlimited photo storage

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Amazon is always finding ways to keep their Prime members happy. They’re now allowing them to store as many pictures as they can on their cloud servers. This is good for folks who use Android, Windows, iOS and of course Amazon Fire devices.

If you’re been wanting to justify the recent increase in pricing of Amazon’s Prime membership ($99), uploading an unlimited amount of photos and videos can help you do that. This new feature is called Prime Photos and can be accessed by installing the Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app. Not only you view your photos on your phone but you can also check them out on the big screen using Fire TV, select smart TVs and games consoles.

Prime Photos gives you the choice to automatically upload your pictures and videos to the cloud. Amazon also says that you can save pictures in their original resolution. Using this app on my phone was seamless and easy. On my PC, moving files can be done by dragging them directly to the app. Hit up the download link below to grab the app.

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