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Back in May, Amazon launched the Cloud Drive Photos app for the iPhone Amazon Releases Cloud Drive Photos App For iPhone [Updates] Amazon Releases Cloud Drive Photos App For iPhone [Updates] Similar to cloud-based storage and sharing sites such as Dropbox and Google Drive, Amazon has now added a way to backup photos to Amazon Cloud Drive via its new Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app for... Read More , which let you sync and backup your images to Amazon’s online drive. Well, with v2.0, the app now supports Apple’s tablets and also works with videos.

The new app lets you protect your personal videos in your Cloud Drive, letting users upload or download video up to 2GB or 20 minutes in length. “That’s long enough for the majority of personal videos, and still slightly longer than YouTube’s default setting of 15 minutes (ahead of account verification),” TechCrunch notes.

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In January, Amazon enabled its auto-upload feature Cloud Drive Photos For Android Gets Auto-Upload Update [Updates] Cloud Drive Photos For Android Gets Auto-Upload Update [Updates] If you are looking for another quick way to offload and back up photos on your Android, Amazon recently released an update to its Cloud Drive Photos app (released last November), which automatically saves photos... Read More for the Cloud Drive Photos app and this will be extended to videos as well, so any footage you shoot will automatically make its way to your cloud storage. Plus, all your videos on your device will also be uploaded without needing you to manually do it. Finally, you can set Cloud Drive Photos to upload only over Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi and cellular.

Amazon Cloud Drive Photos v2.0 has native support for iPad and iPad Mini. The free account gives you up to 5GB of storage space, and you can buy additional memory if you want. Of course, this pales in comparison to Flickr’s new 1TB of free space Yahoo! Overhauls Flickr, Now Offers 1 TB Of Free Storage For All Users [Updates] Yahoo! Overhauls Flickr, Now Offers 1 TB Of Free Storage For All Users [Updates] In one inspiring move, Yahoo! has upped the ante by offering a full 1 Terabyte of space to all Flickr users, and by updating the already-dated Flickr interface. To put things into perspective, 1 TB... Read More , so that’s a far better deal.

You can get Amazon Cloud Drive Photos from the App Store.

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Source: TechCrunch | Image credit: ben

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