Eyefi Cloud

Eyefi has introduced a new cloud service to complement their Wi-Fi-enabled SD memory cards for photographers. Eyefi Cloud provides a polished dedicated interface through new Android and iOS apps for users to view their photos at full resolution, add tags, organize into collections, and sync collections with other devices. The new service will run you $49 for a year of unlimited uploads, plus a free three months when you first download the app. Unfortunately the new app only plays nice with the Eyefi Mobi card for direct camera-to-phone downloads. Anyone with an older card will have to stick with Eyefi’s existing app.

Eyefi has previously offered online backup for SLR photos, but it was limited in scope and function. This upgrade adds the whole gamut of features that puts it on par with just about any independent online photo service. That said, Eyefi already offers automatic uploads to Flickr, which is great considering you can get a terabyte of storage for free there.

I’ve been using Eyefi for years now and can vouch for its usefulness in an everyday capacity. Even if you don’t whip out the dedicated camera hardware all that often, the mobile app provides a new alternative to the popular photo backup solutions offered by Dropbox and Google+.

For more information, visit Eyefi Cloud’s landing page. Anybody interested? How many of you guys are already using an Eyefi card? Which service do you use to back up your photos?

Source: Eyefi

 
There are 5 comments

mattopotamus says:

That is a solid price for unlimited photo uploads.

Audemars02 says:

I have been using Eye Fi cards for years, too. But instead of their solution, I have a SmugMug account (which costs about the same per year as the above solution), but the Eye Fi app allows you to automatically upload to SmugMug, too. So, I can then view my pics on any device, download in full high resolution, and even view my photos/videos over a chromecast via the SmugMug app. Highly recommend both EyeFi and SmugMug

rkirmeier says:

I'd like to have a good solution for syncing photos across all my devices. I'd prefer local copies for obvious reasons. It would have to provide the ability to organize on any device and fully sync. I might even be willing to spend $50/year but I'm not going to be forced to buy their cards too...

Any other good solutions out there? I've messed around with this folder sync tools but in the end that is just a hassle when switching roms and whatnot. I just want to login and it syncs...

cgardnervt says:

I will just stick with Google photos for now I think. :-)

Sent from my HTC One

2 things-

1) I read somewhere this doesn't support RAW files which means it is a no go
2) I have read that the wifi cards themselves don't work that great/slow and connections are hit and miss.

I hope I am wrong becuase I have 2 cameras that I would love to be able to automatically move pics