Amazon Now Offering Unlimited Photo Storage
Nov 4, 2014, 9:13 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Amazon recently expanded the availability of unlimited online photo storage to all Amazon Prime customers. Before today, this feature was only available to owners of the Fire Phone. With Prime Photos, Android and iOS device owners can automatically upload, store, and access their photos from their smartphone or tablet. Prime Photo users can also access their photos from the web, via Fire TV, or via select smart TVs and gaming consoles. Amazon Prime requires a yearly subscription fee of $99, but also includes reduced shipping charges and access to Prime Music and Prime Video on demand.
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I give them credit for trying to make Amazon Prime look better, but (at least for me) Google does everything Prime Photos does...for free. Maybe not unlimited, someone correct me if I'm wrong, but it's enough for me. I'm not really convinced to switch.
Maybe they ought to focus on widening their selection of TVs and movies that they stream. Fast, free shipping is really good deal for $99/yr but if you only shop online occasionally, you might want a little more. Personally, I'd ditch Netflix and sign the f*ck up with Prime if they were a worthy c...