Best Android Apps to Backup Your Photos
Best Android Apps to Backup Your Photos :-
As we rely on our phones more and more to replace our cameras, the risk of having you device stolen, lost or damaged beyond use becomes a greater concern. There are a number of different application you can get today that will automatically backup your photos across multiple devices, saving you from the sick feeling you get when you realise that your photos are lost forever, usually whilst you looking down at the ground at your smashed phone through your teary eyes.
Google + : Pre-installed
As well as a social networking application, Google + also can backup your photos to a remote location using their backup feature. You’ll be able to access this feature via “Settings > Auto backup”. It also give you the ability to adjust your photos for red-eye-reduction and resize your images on the fly. One downside is that it will try to limit your images sizes to 2048px unless you over-ride this feature and have the images count towards your google drive storage limit.
Solution Cost : FREE
Dropbox : Sign Up
Dropbox is my personal choice for photo backups. You can sync mulitple devices to the one account, including your home computer and laptop. It’s ease of use is second to none. You can setup your mobile devices to automatically backup via WIFI only, saving on data use. Another handy feature for those of you where losing your phone is an annual event, remote wipe! A fantastic solution for at a decent price.
Solution Cost : $10.99 montly for 1Tb.
Bit Torrent Sync : Download
One of the more advanced solutions, but also free is bittorrent sync . You can setup your app to sync to a home network using the data connection on your phone. This isn’t just for photos either, you can sync any folder you have access to on your phone. You’ll also need to install the desktop app to receive the information from your phone.