It is safe to assume that Amazon is not a company that has plenty of goodwill among the masses, but this does not mean that they aren’t of any good at all, either. In fact, it seems that there is more reason to enjoy an Amazon Prime membership now. While the Amazon Prime membership would cost $99 annually, it seems that this time around would see one being able to access a rather huge library of streaming movies in addition to TV shows, music, and for those who have a penchant for reading, eBooks.
Not only that, starting from today onward, members of Amazon Prime, too, will be able to take advantage of the fact that Prime Photos will deliver unlimited cloud storage where your photo collection is concerned. The whole idea behind this move is to ensure that you can check out just about any and every photo regardless of the mobile device that you use, although one cannot deny the fact that this is also pretty useful when it comes to saving backups of photos, ensuring that they do not end up being lost for good when you misplace your smartphone.
Amazon Prime Photos would allow one to upload snapshots from the likes of an Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, or Amazon Fire device. Non-Prime members can still take advantage of this ability, although one would then be limited to just 5GB of cloud storage.