A picture is worth a thousand words. Photography is a great art. Taking awesome photos and sharing with our friends and family is now really easier than ever.
Uploading our pictures to photo sharing sites is the simplest way to keep our photos safe. But what happen if you forgot to upload your images.
Here comes the importance of auto backup. Today we have to list 8 best sites to auto backup your photos. Here we go.
Flickr comes first in to our list. You just need to download Flickr app on your iPhone, iPad, Android Devices and turn on the auto upload function to save your precious photos for lifetime. Flickr gives a massive 1 TB of free storage for all users that means you can you can store half a million snaps, should be enough for all.
Save your all precious images to Google for free and unlimited. Google Photos gets a new look recently. If you are using Google Photos on your device, all your photos are backed up safely, organized and labeled automatically, so its easy to find them.
You will get unlimited photo storage space free with Amazon Prime. Amazon Prime photos offers online storage for automatic photo backup, and lets you access your photos anywhere.
Dropbox is not just a place to save your files and documents but a great place to save your precious images for lifetime. Dropbox comes with a free 2 GB of space for everyone and you will get a 3 GB of bonus space when you start using Carousel, the new gallery from Dropbox for all your photos and videos.
The Carousel bonus replaces the Camera Upload bonus that was offered with the Dropbox app. If you’ve already received the full bonus space from using Camera Upload, it can’t be credited again.
You need to tap on auto back photos on Dropbox to save images automatically to the cloud.
30 GB of free storage for all as long as you enable auto-upload on the mobile app. You will get 15 GB free space while you sign up for OneDrive and 15 GB camera roll bonus if you turn on auto back up photos from your OneDrive mobile app.
6. Facebook Photo Syncing
You can upload unlimited photos to Facebook manually and also when you turn on photo syncing, your mobile photos will be saved to a private section of your Facebook photos. The total storage limit if auto uploading on Facebook is 2 GB.
This Life is owned by popular internet-based image publishing service Shutterfly. ThisLife is available for Android, iPhone, iPad, Kindle that gives unlimited photo storage for free. You can choose auto upload automatically that syncs your photos so they’re always safe in the cloud.
SmugMug comes last in to our list. SmugMug is a paid photo sharing website lets you upload unlimited photos and videos in full resolution. After a two-week trial, you’ll have to pay to use the service starts $60 a year. You can auto upload photos and videos from any location to any album with SmugMug apps.