Seven alternatives to Google Photos to automatically save the photos and videos of your Android in the cloud
The best way to have all the photos and videos of our Android device safe is Google Photos. This service offers unlimited storage to have a backup of the photos and videos in high quality, and thus to be able to free space in our mobile or to recover the photos in case of losing the mobile.
As we know that there are users who do not want to rely entirely on Google, below we will review the best alternatives to Google Photos that exist to make an automatic backup of the photos and videos made with the camera of our Android.
We started with Dropbox, which after Google Drive, is the most downloaded storage application in the Play Store. Its application allows us to activate the option Uploads from the camera from its configuration . The application allows us to upload all the photos and videos of our Android device. Its free version by default offers us 2 GB of free storage that we can extend to 1 TB paying 9’99 dollars per month. By recommending your Dropbox friends you can also get more free storage.
We continue with OneDrive, Microsoft’s alternative to save all our files in the cloud and also allows us to make an automatic backup of all the photos and videos made with the camera of our device. It also allows us to select additional folders so that an automatic copy is also made. Microsoft offers 5 GB of free storage or expand it to 50 GB for 2 dollars per month.
We continue with Mega, which offers us 50 GB of free storage that we can expand with its price plans, such as 200 GB for 4.99 dollars per month or 1 TB for 9.99 dollars per month. Your application in addition to automatically upload all the photos and videos of the camera also allows us to select an additional folder.
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Flickr is the best alternative of all, since it offers us 1 TB of free storage. It allows us to upload all our photos and videos automatically from your official application, activating the Auto-Uploadr option.
Amazon Prime Photos
If you are an Amazon Prime user (19.99 dollars per year) you have available the Prime Photos service, the Amazon alternative to Google Photos, offering limited storage of photos and videos. Your application automatically saves all new photo and new video saved on our device. It also allows you to activate the backup in other folders of the device.
The MediaFire application also allows us to activate the automatic backup to save in the cloud all the photos taken with the application of our camera. This service offers 10 GB of free storage, expandable to 1 TB paying $ 3.75 per month.
Finally, we finished our selection with the Cloud storage service Box, which is the only application to enjoy the automatic backup you have to pay your subscription of 4.50 dollars per month, offering only 100 GB of storage.