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#16 Dave G.

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Posted 15 February 2018 - 08:20 AM

That's why I like Imageshack Dave. It's dirt cheap, no limit to how many pictures you store, and to upload you just click upload and it's there to use when/where ever you want too. So there's no features to lose to start with. I'm never one to tell people to take out memberships to places but IMO $3.99 a month at Imageshack just is a no brainer. I've been using it for the past 2 years now and am very pleased with it. I've got 1000's of rod/fish/aquarium pics there because I know they back them up to a "cloud" so I don't ever have to worry about losing important pics.

Thanks Steve, I'll at least have a look see.. Never heard of them till now. I have a lot of cell phone photos in a cloud now from vacations and such, from when Onedrive was active off my phone. I don't know what they call it now but I doubt they embed photos for you in a website anyway. Point being I'm familiar with the Cloud backup.

 

I think Dropbox is cloud driven as well, I have a few pieces of my piano music there I was sharing with a lady from over seas.


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