vsco-cam-updateIf you use VSCO’s app, you know that the company offers a sync feature which pretty much syncs photos on your current device across other devices, and vice versa. This means that what you edit on your phone will appear on your tablet, or your new phone when you get one and login with the same account.

Unfortunately it looks like support for the sync feature will be gone come 12th of August, which is today. According to the VSCO, “As of August 12, 2016 the Sync feature will no longer be available on VSCO. This means that you’ll no longer be able to Sync images across multiple devices. Although images will not be deleted when Sync is retired, we strongly encourage you to save all of your images to your device before August 12.”

Other than the removal of the feature, the app will keep functioning as per normal. This means that unless you rely on VSCO’s sync services extensively, this shouldn’t really affect you that greatly. In the meantime VSCO has suggested backing up your photos, just in case you do not use any other cloud storage.

Alternatively if you’d prefer to export all your synced photos, you will be able to do so by heading on over to VSCO’s website where they have shared a tutorial on how to go about doing just that.

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