Seller: ERCLab, LLC
► Added 'Open in...' function when browsing cloud photos
► Connected to 'Cloud Gallery' the companion app of CloudCam
► Bug fixes and improvements
With CloudCam the photos and videos that you take are automatically stored on your Google Drive or Dropbox account. This means that you can access them anywhere, organize them quickly and share them easily!
► Use your existing Google Drive or Dropbox Account - no need to create yet another service account!
► Save space on your device by uploading your photos and videos to the cloud instead of taking memory from your iPhone or iPod touch
► Organize your photos automatically: CloudCam let's you choose or create folders to upload your new and existing photos
► Import and upload photos and videos from your 'Camera roll': You are not limited by the photos you take with CloudCam, if you take photos with the default camera app you can import them to CloudCam and upload them to the cloud
► Quickly share photos with others by selecting a shared folder to save your photos (Available on Google Drive only)
► Keep your photos and videos on your own cloud storage, no need to create new accounts or setup new services that you don't trust
► The FREE version of this app takes and uploads photos and videos in MEDIUM RESOLUTION ONLY. Upgrade to full version to take and upload photos in FULL resolution
A valid Google Drive or Dropbox account is required to use this app
We would love to hear your feedback. Contact us if you have any questions or comments: firstname.lastname@example.org
Exactly what I was looking for!!
Works great, does everything just as explained
This is my most used app and it works great !!
Add date / time stamp option aka the Date1orAll photo app and this would be golden.
Just what I was looking for
Good app to use.
How about Skydrive? Just keep it in mind
App works pretty good. I love it
I can rapidly upload small file size photos to a dropbox directory that some can view immediately using cellular data. Great as a security app to take photos of people or locations if you don't feel safe. Still has some bugs like rapid photos can crash it and it doesn't remember the last flash setting. Needs side buttons trigger and rapid shoot mode.
1. Needs volume button snap feature.
Saves so many steps and love that I name album unlike all other syncing apps.
Have no idea why people not writing comment
Just works. App takes you straight to the camera view. Take your photo and it stores it in the cloud. Uploads still happen even if the app is in the background. Includes good options on local storage and using wifi only upload.
Could be a great app. I emailed a suggestion and didn't even get a response. I hate when people make apps but don't keep up with them and don't take suggestions from their customers.
The update took zoom capability away. Really need that back.
Can't take picture in landscape mode,the way videos and pics are supposed to be taken!! Doesn't even have video option to record..stupid!!!
As a camera, the app is OK. But with Dropbox and Google Drive (through Google+) already supporting automatic photo uploads from your iPhone, I don't see the need for a stand alone app. First, you can only use it with one service at a time. Second, you're limited to photos taken within CloudCam. iPhoneographers I know prefer to use the native camera or a camera replacement app. Yes, I can upload photos from my camera roll that I've taken with the native app, but why would I do that when the Dropbox App already does that for me? With IFTTT and the new iPhone photos channel, I can take one photo and have it upload to multiple cloud services simultaneously. The only benefit is the app saves the photo directly to the cloud and not the camera roll by default. If you don't have a lot of storage space, yes, it's a nice feature, but it is attempting to solve a problem that really doesn't exist for most users. It does take the guess work out of saving your photos to the cloud, and full resolution is still better than the downsized copies in PhotoStream, but if you're savvy enough to have a Dropbox or a Google Drive account, you probably already are using those services auto-upload features. I give this app 2 stars for effort.
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