Earlier today, Amazon launched its first in-house game for Android and iOS, and now they’ve brought another app to the Google Play store. Amazon announced its Cloud Drive Photos app, which, like similar apps, allows users to sync and share photos through the magic of Amazon servers. It’s free, and you get 5GB of storage, but if you need more space, 20GB is only $10 per year, although it would be nice if they threw that in with Prime membership as well. And it goes without saying that this app will play nicely with Kindle tablets as well.
If you were looking for another way to upload your private photos to the cloud, and you have an Android phone or tablet, go download it from Google Play now.
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