Quick Answer: How Do I Store Photos In The Cloud?

Turn back up & sync on or off

  • On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Photos app .
  • Sign in to your Google Account.
  • At the top, tap Menu .
  • Select Settings Back up & sync.
  • Tap “Back up & sync” on or off.

First you have to enable iCloud Photo Library by turning it on from your iOS device that is currently running iOS 8.1 or later. Open up Settings and tap on iCloud. From there tap on Photos. Then you are going to turn on iCloud Photo Library.Turn back up & sync on or off

  • On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Photos app .
  • Sign in to your Google Account.
  • At the top, tap Menu .
  • Select Settings Back up & sync.
  • Tap “Back up & sync” on or off.

Copy photos from iCloud Photo Sharing on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

  • Open Photos, tap Shared > Sharing, then tap the name of the shared album.
  • Save photos using one of these methods: Tap an image to open it, then tap .
  • Import the photos to your computer.

What is the best cloud storage for photos?

What Are My Choices?

  1. Amazon Photos. Pros: Unlimited storage, automatic photo uploading, photo printing service.
  2. Apple iCloud. Pros: Free but limited storage, automatic photo uploading.
  3. Box. Pros: 10GB of free storage.
  4. Canon Irista.
  5. Dropbox.
  6. Google Photos.
  7. Microsoft OneDrive.
  8. Nikon Image Space.

What is the best way to store digital photos?

Save yourself

Storing photos for the long term seems more complicated than it really is. You don’t need a stack of USB drives packed with photo backups, just save them to a cloud service like the Google Photos app or Apple’s iCloud. Google Photos (iOS, Android) is the best free tool around — even on an iPhone!

What is the best free cloud storage for photos?

Here’s a look at the best free cloud storage options right now and what to bear in mind with each one.

  • Google Photos. Unlimited storage but a handful of restrictions too.
  • Dropbox. Great if you want to sync across multiple devices.
  • Flickr. It’s still free but it’s now lost its 1TB free storage plan.
  • Shoebox.
  • 500px.