Amazon Invites People to Share Photos with Family Vault
Oct 18, 2016, 7:30 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Amazon today announced Family Vault, a new service for Amazon Prime members that allow them to share photos with family members and friends. Family Vault supports the Prime subscriber plus up to five invitees, be they friends, family, colleagues, or others. Invitees will have access to free unlimited online photo storage along with 5 GB for videos and other files. Members of Family Vault can add photos and videos one-by-one as they go, or automatically from most any mobile device or PC. Prime Photos includes technology to help find people, places, or things, as well as keyword search for general photo subjects (sunsets, et al.) or filter by location or date. Last, Prime Photos and Family Vault include photo printing services. Customers can create intricate photo albums or print individual photos. Amazon says print products start at 9 cents per photo and delivers to Prime members is free. Family Vault is available within the Prime Photos mobile app for Android and iOS devices.
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