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Amazon gives UK Prime members unlimited photo storage too

Matt Brian, @m4tt
November 11, 2014
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When Amazon announced that it was extending Prime subscription perks to include unlimited photo storage, the online retailer continued its tradition of making features available to US customers only. While we've been made to wait longer for other products and services, the company today saw it fit to open the service to us Brits, allowing you to upload your entire photo library (in full resolution) to its cloud. Amazon lets you upload your images one of three ways; via the web, using its iOS or Android apps, or by downloading its dedicated PC app (a Mac app is on its way). You'll then be able to view them using Amazon's Fire TV, console apps and selected smart TVs -- perfect for when the in-laws arrive at your door unannounced and you need to provide some quick entertainment.

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