This article was published on September 4, 2013

Pixable’s Photofeed wants to be the one place you store all your photos in the cloud


Pixable’s Photofeed wants to be the one place you store all your photos in the cloud
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Pixable, the SingTel-owned company that organizes your social photos in smart ways, is getting into the cloud storage game with a new photo-focused service designed to take on the likes of Everpix and Picturelife – not to mention Dropbox, Apple’s iCloud Photo Stream and Google+.

Photofeed is currently available as Android and desktop apps that suck up your photos and place them in the cloud. In addition to images on your devices, it can pull them in from Facebook, Flickr and Gmail attachments. Photos are organized automatically based on their metadata, and duplicate images are automatically removed. You can browse your library via the Android app and on the Web.

Photofeed is particularly aimed at SingTel’s home turf of the Asia Pacific region, but it can be used worldwide. It’s available with free and paid plans depending on the number of photos you want to save and the features you require.

➤ Pixable Photofeed

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