Sunday, December 4, 2016

Amazon Prime Photos has all new features! Plus an opportunity to win a $500 gift card provided by

We have family all over the United States. It can be challenging to share photos with them because not all of my family is on social media, believe it or not. Amazon has launched an all-new Prime Photos experience with Family Vault. Now, Prime members can share their benefit of unlimited photo storage with up to five family members or friends at no additional cost. That would be great when you are sharing photos of special events like births, birthday parties and vacations. Prime Photos is free for Prime members and makes it easy for family members to safely store and share all their favorite photos. The Prime membership just keeps getting better and better. There’s so much you can do with it for a monthly or yearly fee.

The additional new features include: Image Search, People view and Places view. And Prime members can now order photo prints, cards, photo books, and calendars directly from their Prime Photos account. Download the new Prime Photos app. I love this because I like to find old photos that I took of Noah or of family. They are on cd’s but having to find the right cd is a pain. I want to upload them all to Prime Photos so I know that they are all in one place. It’s also great to have a backup that has unlimited photo sharing. You don’t have to worry about losing your photos if your computer stops working. You will not lose all your precious family photos. Family Vault makes it easy for family members to safely store and share all their favorite photos, you don’t have to make them copies or mess with trying to put them on a CD. You also get 5 GB of video storage which is nice too.  You can order photo prints, cards, photo books, and calendars directly from your Prime Photos account which makes gift giving a breeze. Hello Free Shipping! You can order and have them shipped straight to your loved one.

 If your child is looking for photos of them for a project, you can use image search or people view to quickly find photos of them. I also like the places view option. You can search for all your photos from a certain place. If it’s somewhere you visit often you can see your different trips throughout the years. We visit my aunt and uncle in California often, it’s fun to see how much Noah has grown through our visits. My Grandma Rose was notorious for writing the year on the back of a photo and with the Prime Photos you can easily know when the photo was taken. Once you get older, it’s harder to know how old you are in a photo or exactly which trip it was to Florida.  It’s also available on ios and android tablets which is great because everyone uses their smart phones to take photos all the time because it’s so convenient.  Be sure to download the Prime Photos App today!

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