Guys, today I have something really exciting to share with you all, that in my opinion, is a game changer when it comes to photos. Photos are probably one of my biggest love/hate relationships that I have. I LOVE taking photos of my kids and the things we do on a daily basis. I love documenting memories, and it's something that is super important to me. However, actually sharing those photos, printing them out, or doing anything with them is the difficult part for me. They always end up stuck on my phone forever, never to be seen by anyone but me.
But of course, Amazon has found a way to revolutionize photo sharing! Amazon, the folks who have changed the game when it comes to just about everything in the online world, are now taking over photo sharing and and photo storage with Amazon Prime Photos. This amazing app now allows Prime members to share and save family photos with the all new Family Vault feature, which allows unlimited photo storage and sharing for up to five family members. Prime Photo Members can now even order prints, photo cards, calendars and more straight from the Prime Photos app. Seriously, what could be easier than that? You can download the new Prime Photos app by clicking here! , and it's available on computers, IOS and Android phones,and tablets as well!
I love the fact that Prime Photos is FREE for Amazon Prime members. What an amazing bonus feature! Plus, the Family Vault can be shared with up to five family members. That's an awesome way to share and rediscover old family photos. With unlimited photo storage, you can revisit old memories and share new ones for years to come. This would be such an amazing way to connect with family members across the miles.a Rafflecopter giveaway Now you can download the Prime Photos app for yourself to share with your loved ones! Amazon is also giving away some amazing gift cards to celebrate this app, and you can enter to win between now and the end of 2016!
Thanks to Amazon for sponsoring this post and providing prizes for the giveaway!
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