I don’t know about you but I am always taking pictures on my phone. I have hundreds of them on there of all the kids activities and special occasions. Having a camera on my iPhone is awesome and makes taking pictures super easy and convenient. The problem is that they go on my phone, sometimes I share them to Facebook and then that’s it. Whenever my phone eventually dies or I upgrade all my pictures are just gone. I don’t know how many times I have lost photos that I’ll never get back because my phone ate them or died on me. So why am I telling you all this? I found a solution called the Picture Keeper. So the Picture Keeper connects directly to your iPhone products and allows you to backup your photos onto the USB drive. You can then transfer them to other devices like an external hard drive or a computer. It’s really easy and convenient and saves my pictures from getting deleted!
Here’s what makes Picture Keeper great:
- Initial backup finds all of your pictures. Just click “Start Backup”.
- Future backups only save newly added pictures.
- When one Picture Keeper fills up, the next one picks up where the last left off.
- Free software updates included.
- SKIPS DUPLICATES! Free Print out of every duplicate photo file location.
Picture Keeper was nice enough to give us an extra Picture Keeper 16GB to giveaway to one of our readers. You can enter by clicking on the enter here button below.
Entrants must be 18 or older and US residents. This giveaway is sponsored by Picture Keeper if for some reason they are unable to send the prize Parenting In Progress is not responsible for sending the prize.
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