The thing with our smartphones is that when it is good, it is so good and when it is bad, it is so bad. You are not sure of what I mean? Well, with your smartphone you can take snaps that inscribe lifetime memories in still images and videos.
When your phone is in perfect working condition, we tend to think of it as a repository device where we can store all our life inside it. Up to until the point, your phone takes a swim in the sink, or shatters on the floor. Sure, in the commercial they say it is water/dustproof and has Corning Gorilla Glass or something like that, but do they really live up to expectations.
Long story short, you do not want your pictures and videos to disappear with your lost or spoiled smartphone. And you know what, you don’t have to.
Set up Google Photos to automatically backup your Gallery in the Cloud
If you own an Android device, you must have noticed Google apps comes installed on the phone right out of the box. One of which is Google Photos, a service …read more
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