Having full phone storage can be quite frustrating and can even slow your operating system down, but we have a few solutions for you.
You can free up a lot of space without having to delete all of your apps. It takes a bit of patience at first, but trust me, it’ll be worth it. It doesn’t matter if you have an iPhone or Android device. Photos are almost always the no. 1 space hog. Here are four online photo sites that offer a LOT of free photo storage.
(iOS, Android, and the web) is the perfect solution for people who take a lot of photos and videos with their phone. You choose between two sizes: high quality for unlimited storage (from phones or cameras 16MP and less) or original (DSLR camera) for limited storage (uses your 15GB Google storage allotment). A typical iPhone 6s photo is about 12 megapixels. In the app’s settings, you can hit FREE UP SPACE to remove original photos and videos from your device that are already backed up. The app also has freakishly good facial recognition. You can search by face, activity, location, and more.
2.Amazon Prime Photos
If you have Amazon Prime ($73 for a limited time, originally $99), then you have access to free unlimited photo storage, plus five extra GB for videos and other files. Without Prime, the service is $12 (KSh 1,200) per year (still a steal). Turn on automatic photo back up from your phone or tablet to make space on your device.
This is a beautiful app that offers free unlimited photo backup to its mobile and desktop apps. The free resolution is 10.6 megapixels, which means that many iPhone 6 and up photos will be compressed. To upload the photo’s original quality, the pro version costs $5/month.
This is the best choice for DSLR photographers. Flickr offers 1,000 GB of free storage, and the photo file limit is 200 MB, while videos can be up to 1 GB or three minutes long. Flickr’s mobile apps have an auto-upload option, which makes it easy to just “set it and forget it,” without worrying about what’s been backed up. Flickr is great for photographers who like to manually tag their images and want the flexibility of uploading high-res pictures.