Amazon is continuing to add features to its $99-a-year Amazon Prime subscription service. Today, those same Prime members can store an unlimited amount of full resolution images on a cloud account with the new Prime Photos.
For iPhone users, Amazon allows access to the new Prime Photos service from its Cloud Drive Photos app. Here's the 411 of the new features for Prime members:
Upload photos from their iOS and Android devices, Fire tablets and Fire phone, and Mac and Windows computers—and have them stored for free in the Amazon cloud.
Access their photo collections at any time from nearly any device—including the big screen using Amazon Fire TV or the newly announced Fire TV Stick, as well as PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and select LG and Samsung smart TVs.
Add photos to Cloud Drive in their original version so customers never have to worry about losing the full resolution image.
Rest easy knowing that their photos are protected in the Amazon cloud.
Is this new feature enough for someone using iCloud or Dropbox for photo storage to switch to Amazon Prime?