Friday, November 2, 2012

Cloud Drive App from Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) Now on Android Devices

Good news for users of Android phones and tablets – using Amazon.com, Inc.(NASDAQ:AMZN Cloud Drive, they will be able to save thousands of photos in a 5GB storage capacity, free of cost. The Cloud Drive Photos for Android app was unveiled today by Amazon. The app makes uploading, sharing, and storing of photos much easier. Additional storage of 20 GB can also be bought at $10 for a year.

Russell Dicker, Director of Cloud Drive said more and more people are using mobile devices to take photos of occasions like birthdays, anniversaries or weddings, to capture the precious moments. The app is designed for such purposes, so that they can be automatically accessed via the Cloud Drive on Android phones or tablets.

The method for saving photos is also very easy – pressing and holding on an album will give the option for uploading to Cloud Drive. The best part is that Amazon has incorporated the same swift and consistent data storage infrastructure into the Cloud Drive, which is used in its global network of Web pages. Take a look at the features of Cloud Drive for Android:

·         All your photos stored in Cloud Drive can be accessed from any part of the world.
·        Photos can be selected right from the Drive and shared on social networking websites like Facebook or emailed to friends.
·         The layout of the Cloud is amazing – the photos can be viewed in a horizontal mosaic or vertical grid view, and will automatically be resized according to the screen of your device.

Users of Kindle Fire HD can also use Cloud Drive and due to its high-resolution screen, photos look spectacular and seem to come alive with the mosaic view arranging photos perfectly. The Kindle Fire can be used to check out favorite photos on TV as well via HDMI out. Simply connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI port directly from your Kindle Fire tablet and voila! Let the magic begin…

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