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An update to the Dropbox for Android application almost a year ago brought with it an extremely useful feature for the snap happy photographers among us -- auto upload of every photograph taken with the camera to your Dropbox account. Now, if Amazon's Cloud Drive is more your thing, you too can experience the same kind of auto uploading goodness with the latest update to the Cloud Drive Photos app. 

Another cool new feature for Android 4.x users is the ability to take photos using the camera from within the app. A great little time saver if you're snapping away and trying to organise at the same time. The rest of the changelog isn't quite as exciting, but still pretty useful nonetheless. We now get the ability to select multiple photos to action on, view the upload and download status, along with being able to pause, stop and resume them too. If you're an Amazon Cloud Drive user, grab yourselves a copy from the Google Play Store link above. Equally, if you're yet to try it out, Amazon will give new accounts 5GB of free storage right out of the box.

 
There are 2 comments

RxRex says:

For all their resources (and the fact they ride the coattails of the Android platform), Amazon still releases such ugly software. Legacy menu buttons are a staple of theirs. It's amazing. I wouldn't knowingly use an Amazon product or software even if my life depended on it.

worwig says:

SugarSync has been doing this for me for a long time. 5GB free.
Photos, docs, whatever.