Sync Your Photos With Google Drive the Way You Want To

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  • 11 Mar 2013
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  • A lot of cloud storage options these days allow you to have your photos backed-up automatically to the cloud for safe keeping. You can have your photo saved at an instant, as soon as you took it, presuming you are on a good internet connection or wireless.


    With Google Drive, you are offered the way to have your photos instantly uploaded to the cloud and you can share any of them on Google+ with ease. The option comes with some disadvantages however, and one is that most photos take a lot of space and you will find yourself in need of purchasing more very soon. Another disadvantage is that with Google you can’t choose a specific folder on Google Drive for your photos to be uploaded and that could become frustrating.

    Gallery Drive Sync from developer Pie Squids is the app that allows you to sync your photos to Google Drive the way you want. It provides a very convenient method of bypassing Google+ and having your photos into a folder of your choosing. The app also retains all the images on your phone but can optionally re-scale them to occupy only 10-15% of the storage they used before. You can choose to sync any folder on number of photos in your Android Gallery and the app provides you with info of storage necessities and number of photos.


    Gallery Drive Sync can be download for free from the Store or you can purchase the Pro version with additional features such as auto sync.

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