If you're someone who loves mobile photography, whether it be a series of selfies, artsy angles, or capturing the perfect family moments, then you'll love having instant and unlimited photo storage at your fingertips. Amazon Prime members have access to Amazon's Cloud Drive where all your photos can be backed up safely and securely, featuring a comprehensive timeline layout that makes it easy to find what you're looking for. Here's how to get set up with Amazon Photos on your smartphone.
- How to install Amazon Photos
- How back up your photos to the Cloud Drive
- How to enable and disable Auto-save
How to install Amazon Photos
- Open Google Play.
Type Amazon Photos into the Search Bar.
Tap the App to access its Download Page.
Tap Install and wait.
Type in your Amazon account information.
Tap Sign In.
Tap No Thanks or OK to turn on Automatic Backup.
Sift through your Phone's Photos.
Now you're set up and ready to back up mobile photos to your Amazon Cloud Drive!
How back up your photos to the Cloud Drive
- Open the Amazon Photos app on your phone.
Press and hold individual photos to Select them for Upload.
Once selected, tap the Dotted Line at the top-right corner.
Now that you've uploaded your photos to the Cloud Drive, you can access them at any time.
How to enable and disable Auto-save
- Open the Amazon Photos app on your home screen.
Tap the Menu Button at the top-left corner.
Tap Settings at the bottom of the menu.
Tap the Photos Button underneath the Auto-save menu.
You can turn auto-save on or off at any time, or just manually select individual photos (as instructed above) to backup your favorites.
Free-up some space on your phone!
Now that you know how to back up your mobile photos with your Amazon Prime account, start freeing up some room on your phone for new memories to share! All the photos you back up are easily accessible on Amazon's Cloud Drive at any time, whether you're on your smartphone, tablet, or on your computer.
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