Posted by: bluesyemre | January 11, 2015

Google vs. Dropbox: Which Is Better for Hosting and Sharing Photos? by Alan Henry


It used to be a pain to get photos off of our phones and to the web where we could share them with others, but both Dropbox and Google make it really easy thanks to auto-uploading. Still, once they’re uploaded, both services offer different storage limits, sharing options, and editing tools. Let’s take a look at which one is best for your shots. They say the best camera is the one you have with you all the time, and for most of us, that’s our cellphone. Like it or not, it’s easier these days to snap photos with our phones and have them instantly uploaded to the web for all to see than it is to use an actual camera (even if the photos we’d get from that camera are better.) Dropbox and Google Drive/Google+ both make the process really easy, and offer you a wealth of tools to share, edit, and organize your photos once they’ve been uploaded. Let’s take a look at the two, and determine which one you may want to enable auto-upload on.

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