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Amazon Android App Lets Users Save Photos In The Cloud

Amazon introduced a tool for uploading, storing, and sharing photos in the cloud today. The Cloud Drive Photos for Android app letsĀ Android phone and tablet users store photos in the Cloud to help back up images and to help keep devices free from photo overload.

Users can upload photos individually or as albums, and can access these albums and images through the app on a phone or tablet, as well as online. The app also has social sharing tools, so users can post directly to Facebook and email the images, as well.

The app comes with5 GB of free storage, but users can buy additional storage. Ten bucks a year buys 20 GB. The app is available in the AmazonĀ Appstore and in Google Play.

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