Picturelife: Cloud Backup Sync

Picturelife: Cloud Backup Sync


Backup, transfer and sync your photos in the cloud with Android, iPhone, Mac or Windows.

Picturelife backs up your Android's photos and videos in the cloud and smartly organizes them, giving you every photo you've ever taken, right at your finger tips. Picturelife also transfers your Mac or Windows photos to the cloud, and lets you access them anywhere you are right from your Android device.

Once your photos are in in Picturelife, you can also take advantage of our advanced features like:

• Advanced search
• Deduplication
• Facebook, Instagram, Flickr and Picasa imports
• Smart albums
• Simple private sharing
• Apps for Mac, Windows, Android and iOS

Picturelife for Android complements the Picturelife web and desktop apps by safely backing up your photos as you take them. With automatic backup, if your phone is lost or stolen you still have your most precious memories safe and secure in the Picturelife cloud.

Recent changes:
v 2.1.0.1:
- Fixes for Android 5 Lollipop.

v 2.1.0.0:
- We saw how people like to share, and made it easier to share and comment on photos
- Albums, back by popular demand
- Improved places with better clustering and thumbnails
- Stability Improvements
- Misc bug fixes
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Free
77
3.9
User ratings
438
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
3
File size
4996 kb
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About Picturelife: Cloud Backup Sync
Backup, transfer and sync your photos in the cloud with Android, iPhone, Mac or Windows.

Picturelife backs up your Android's photos and videos in the cloud and smartly organizes them, giving you every photo you've ever taken, right at your finger tips. Picturelife also transfers your Mac or Windows photos to the cloud, and lets you access them anywhere you are right from your Android device.

Once your photos are in in Picturelife, you can also take advantage of our advanced features like:

• Advanced search
• Deduplication
• Facebook, Instagram, Flickr and Picasa imports
• Smart albums
• Simple private sharing
• Apps for Mac, Windows, Android and iOS

Picturelife for Android complements the Picturelife web and desktop apps by safely backing up your photos as you take them. With automatic backup, if your phone is lost or stolen you still have your most precious memories safe and secure in the Picturelife cloud.

Recent changes:
v 2.1.0.1:
- Fixes for Android 5 Lollipop.

v 2.1.0.0:
- We saw how people like to share, and made it easier to share and comment on photos
- Albums, back by popular demand
- Improved places with better clustering and thumbnails
- Stability Improvements
- Misc bug fixes

User reviews of Picturelife: Cloud Backup Sync
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 3, 2014
Awesome Great way to keep your pics organize and backup. Been using it since its release on iOS.
A Google User
Nov 30, 2014
Nope Doesn't back up older photos only future taken ones. It should say that in the description... Uninstalled
A Google User
Nov 25, 2014
Don't bother What started out as a promising replacement for Everpix has devolved into yet another terrible photo editing app. The only reason I put any photos into Picturwlife is the flashback feature which shows you photos you've taken on a particular day in years past.
A Google User
Nov 5, 2014
Signing in doesn't work Trying to sign in on a Nexus 9 or Nexus 5 running lollipop yields this toast: "Failed to sign in: An unexpected error has occurred."
A Google User
Oct 31, 2014
Samsung Galaxy Tab4 app has stopped...