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We take a lot of pictures, and luckily our phone can hold most of them. But a time comes when your phone will run out of space and you can't click anymore more pictures.
So what can you do apart from backing them up on your computer? Cloud services are the best options in this case, and we list out some of the best options that can give you higher capacity options and security.
Dropbox has been the pioneer in cloud storage and many devices and productivity apps come loaded with the support to directly upload to their servers. Free account holders get access to upto 2 GB, and any additional space required will have to be purchased.
This obviously the most used photo repository service used by Android user. The upside to having a Google Photos Auto-Backup enabled is that you can upload an unlimited number of photos if you decide to keep the high-quality version. If, however, you want to keep the original file then Google will provide you with just 15 GB of storage.
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Microsoft had recently provided upto 30 GB of storage to users who agreed to their latest update terms. Users of Lumia phones were given a special news that they get 30 GB of storage free. Additionally, all your files are accessible via Windows 10, so you can seamlessly transfer and view all of your photos and documents and decide which ones to keep offline.
Amazon has a wide range of services. Ranging from ebooks to TV shows, they also provide their own premium service of cloud storage. Unfortunately, they do not have free service and you will have to pay for even the basic storage. Amazons servers are the safest and your files are secure.
Apple provides 5 GB of cloud storage for every user, and with additional payments, you can get access to more space. Apple products have the best security, while at the same time you can access them seamlessly from all devices and even web browsers.
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This was the go-to place for every photographer who needed to store all his clicks in one place. With 1 TB of free storage, this Yahoo! owned service is the perfect place to start storing your DSLR clicks.
SmugMug has the potential to store all your photos in an intuitive themed layout that can be chosen by every user as per their needs. They do not provide any free service, but if you do sign up for their monthly subscriptions, you will be left with unlimited storage to use.