TroveBox: Create An Online Backup Of Your Facebook & Instagram Photos

moin 26-03-2013

The regular Internet user has their images stored on multiple websites. If any one of these websites were to experience a crash or downtime, the user’s valuable images might be lost. Here to offer a safe backup that ensures your pictures will never be lost is a web service called TroveBox.


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TroveBox is a free to use web service that lets you easily create a backup of your images being stored online. You start by creating an account on the website and connecting your Instagram and Facebook services. Your images will then begin downloading onto TroveBox and you will be able to view the download progress. You can also directly upload images to your TroveBox account.

When the download / upload is complete, your profile will display all the image-related statistics such as number of photos, number of albums, number of tags, and the amount of data used. You can click on an image to view it properly. In this magnified view, image data that is shown also includes camera data and tags. The date of the upload and links to share and download the image are also displayed.

For smartphone owners, the service offers iOS and Android applications.



The free account of TroveBox lets you do all the above along with letting you create the image backup on your DropBox,, or Amazon S3 account. The free account also has a limit of 100 photos per month. The Pro account costs $29.99 per month and it adds a bunch of extra features include image importing support for Flickr and, soon to be added, Picasa and Smugmug.


  • A user-friendly web service.
  • Also offers iOS and Android applications.
  • Creates an online backup of your images.
  • Can import images from Instagram, Flickr, and Facebook.
  • Soon adding support for Picasa and Smugmug.
  • Shows camera data for images, where available.
  • Gives you sharing and downloading links for each image.
  • Related: GramBacker, Polaroids In The Wind, InstaPort.

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  1. dragonmouth
    July 28, 2013 at 1:20 pm

    Let me get this straight. Your solution for someone with images spread all over the Internet is to put them on ANOTHER site? Sounds very logical. NOT! How about consolidating the storage of ALL those images on a local hard drive? Then the user does not have to worry about Internet being down, sites going off-line, changing their storage policies, remembering which image is on what site. (S)he retains complete control over the images. All the user has to do is to backup their HD regularly.

    • Jon
      August 20, 2013 at 5:16 pm

      @dragonmouth As I understand it you can use your own storage service, like Dropbox. In that case your photos *would* be stored on your local drive and simply referred to by the web service. Sounds pretty cool to me. I'm checking it out now.

  2. Kevin Miller
    April 17, 2013 at 9:06 am

    Very intresting service, I will definitely use it for my facebook photos, I would like to recommend 4K Stogram as well to download and backup INsta photos on pc, mac or linux.