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Most of the popular cloud services can automatically upload any pictures that you take on your device. This list includes Dropbox, iCloud, Ubuntu One, and more. However, the Google Drive app for Android doesn’t have such functionality yet, which is a major feature that is sorely missed. Instead of having to wait until Google comes out with that functionality in their app (if at all), there’s now an Android app which can do it for you!

automatically upload pictures to google drive

CloudVault Photo Uploader is a very simple Android app which fills in the camera upload functionality for Google Drive. It’s extremely easy to use and comes with features you’d expect from similar services. For example, you can choose to upload after every new photo, choose to upload past photos stored on your device, choose to suspend upload until you connect to WiFi, and more. It integrates very well with Android’s default account manager, so getting it set up is a snap.

Features:

  • Upload new and old photos to Google Drive.
  • Wait for WiFi connection to upload.
  • Easy to set up.

Check it out @ the Google Play Store

 

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  1. Anonymous
    December 20, 2012 at 8:52 pm

    Is this simply to have all of your files in one place? Unless you pay for extra space, this would fill your drive pretty quickly (I've got 1.8G of pics on my phone from just the last week).

    The Google+ app will upload all pictures to your G+ account automatically, too. Granted, you have to have it scale them down some to get unlimited pics up there, but they're still very high quality.

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