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Amazon debuts Cloud Drive Photos app for iOS, provides access to pictures on Amazon Cloud

Amazon releases Cloud Drive Photos app, allows easy access to pictures stored in Amazon's cloud

| Apps News | Posted: May 10, 2013 9:29 pm

Amazon has released a rather specialized app for iOS. Cloud Drive Photos allows iOS users to access to their Amazon Cloud storage, but only to their pictures. The app also allows iOS users to easily upload pictures to their Amazon Cloud.

 

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- Store and secure thousands of photos in your Amazon Cloud Drive

- Protect your memories - photos from your iPhone or iPod touch are automatically saved to Cloud Drive whenever the app is running

- Have access to your entire photo collection in the Amazon Cloud, even those that aren't in your Camera Roll

- View your photo albums in stunning layouts from your iPhone or iPod touch

- Share your Cloud Drive photos on Facebook, Twitter, and through e-mail

 

One cool feature available in the app is the ability to queue uploads and downloads of pictures to and from the Cloud Drive. It's not really clear why users would need an app like this, but Amazon seems to think there is a market for it. The app is a free download from the Apple App Store, so it doesn't hurt anything to give it a try.

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Macrumors.com

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