Amazon rolls out Prime Photos experience with Family Vault and printing

For Amazon Prime members and their families in US, the company has launched a selection of new Prime Photos features. The latest update is aimed to allow users to organize and share their photos with family members and friends.

For beginners, Amazon is providing the Prime members the ability to share their unlimited photo storage with up to five family members or friends. The new shared members can add their pictures to the new ‘Family Vault’ which can be accessed and updated by everyone in the family. The company has also added an additional 5 GB of storage for documents, videos and other files.

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In order to help you organize the photos much better; the company has also updated the Prime Photos app with a new search feature. It can be now used to select images based on object, places or people. Say if you search with keywords “wedding” or “sunset”, you will find much accurate results. The customers can also search the images of individual friends and family members in the People view in addition to the filter and search by location or date.

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In the Image: Prime Photos from Amazon Source: Android Authority

Unlimited storage is always helpful. But, it can never replace physical photos when you want to have a bunch of good memories. The customers of Amazon can now order cards, photo books, and prints of pictures right from their Photos account directly via website. The prices start from 9 cents for a print and it goes up to $19.99 for a photo book. Every purchase comes with free delivery. If you are interested in more Amazon Prints, please click here.

Let us know whether you use cloud storage to store your images. We’d love to hear about it from you in the comments section below.

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