Most of us have hundreds of images stored within our smartphones. Unfortunately, there can be many times when managing these images will prove to be quite challenging. Prime Photos from Amazon (formerly known as Amazon Cloud Drive Photos) is an application that allows users to share, organise and save their photos within a centralised and intuitive platform. One notable benefit is that this package can be used across multiple operating systems without any issues.
Features and Basic Functions
Although Prime Photos from Amazon is primarily intended to be used by individuals who are already members of the Prime network, the fact of the matter is that a number of basic tools can benefit nearly anyone. Images can be searched for by inputting keywords, they are able to be stored for future retrieval and all photos can be saved within the cloud. This is a great redundant feature in the event that a phone is lost or stolen.
Those who are Amazon Prime members can invite five other friends to share and store their photos for free within an online 'vault'. Photos and albums alike can be sent via SMS, email or other third-party applications. Those who have FireTV can also display their images as a collage on their home television system.