Facebook has for a long time been the place where we post our photos online. Why? Because it’s a convenient place where everyone we know can see what we’re up to. But what about an easy way to make sure those photos are safe should anything happen to Facebook or our own profile? Thankfully, there are several tools you can use.
Between Instagram, Facebook, Flickr and Twitter, you probably have a lot of photographs that you’ve uploaded to the web. It becomes a pretty unwieldy task trying to keep track of all your images in so many different places. While there have been a few sites to pop up that aim to merge the experience, making it easy to access all of your online photos in one place, few do it as well as Stipple.
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 on your phone to the Cloud, and in turn makes them available for viewing and download on supporting Android devices. The update is similar to the automatic upload functionality found in Google’s Google+ and Dropbox apps.
One of the benefits of using Google’s online services is that all your media and documents can be integrated across platforms and with various Android and iOS mobile apps. This form of integration means for example that you can access photos uploaded to the web version of your Google Picasa Web Albums account on your mobile devices, in your Google+ account, as well as in supporting mobile third-party applications.