I’ve talked in the past about the frustration that many iPhone users have with Apple’s limitations when it comes to storing pictures and video.
Photostream only allows photos and it limits your access to the last 1000 images, which can be a problem for avid picture takers.
While you can certainly push video and pictures up to Apple’s iCloud, there is a limit to what you can store for free.
If you’re interested in an easier solution that can automatically upload pictures and video to a private online account with unlimited storage, checkout an app called Shutter from the folks at StreamNation.
By switching to the Shutter app, your pictures and video automatically get stored on your private account online, so you don’t fill up your device.
And no more having to constantly delete files in order to stay under a storage paywall.
Streamnation’s hope is that you will discover all of their digital media tools, so their using Shutter as an introduction to their offerings.
If you’re an Android user, you can sign up to be notified when they release the Android app in the near future.
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