The handiwork of Deezer co-founder Jonathan Benassaya, StreamNation launched to the world in July last year, serving as a platform for users to stream and share videos and photos directly from the cloud. Then back in November, the company rolled out an interesting new feature that lets you lend movies and TV shows to friends – from the cloud too.
Now the company has unveiled the next stage in its plans, which is to unify all your photos and videos from everywhere – this covers Instagram, Facebook, iPhoto, Google Drive, Google+, Flickr, Lightroom, Aperture, Picasa, Dropbox and OneDrive.
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StreamNation is essentially trying to become the ultimate cloud-based media hub, covering storage, streaming and displaying. Indeed, with the latest update, the platform now also displays photos and videos on a timeline, irrespective of what account or device it was garnered from.
Users get up to 20GB of storage for free, with premium plans kicking in at $4 a month for 100GB, $9 a month for 500GB and $19 a month for unlimited.