You need Cloud Photos if you have a low capacity iPhone and often find yourself running out of space. After I dropped my phone in water I switched from a 32GB to a 16GB iPhone because at the time I just needed to hurry up and replace my phone and it was… well… all the money that I had. The worst problem with switching to a smaller phone especially if you are an Instagram freak like myself, is it’s really easy to quickly run out of space especially with a nice eight megapixel camera.
Introduce Cloud Photos , an application that allows you to take photos with the camera on your iPhone and automatically sync them into the cloud via Dropbox. Cloud Photos only leaves you with a thumbnail size photo in your camera roll on you iPhone and pushes the larger image directly to Dropbox using either Wi-Fi or 3G sync.
Here is a video I made to show you how to use this application. I hope you enjoy it. Don’t forget to subscribe to the YouTube channel and leave me any questions comments or feedback that you may have.
Cloud Photos is $1.99 in the app store and is available today. I’m going to say I highly recommend this app.
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