Ama­zon Drive

£55/$60 per year – no limit

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Ama­zon’s cloud stor­age comes in two op­tions: Prime Photo, which is free for Ama­zon Prime mem­bers, or Un­lim­ited, which is £55/$60 per year. Prime Photo of­fers un­lim­ited stor­age for pho­tos, in­clud­ing RAW files (a full list of com­pat­i­ble cam­eras is on the site), and up to 5GB of stor­age for other file types, in­clud­ing movies. Un­lim­ited en­ables you to store as many files of any type as you need.

Both op­tions en­able you to upload ei­ther di­rectly through your web browser or through the Ama­zon Drive app, which is avail­able for Mac, PC, iOS and An­droid. Once it’s in­stalled on your ma­chine you can set the ap­pli­ca­tion to upload files from se­lected fold­ers au­to­mat­i­cally, en­sur­ing that your files are al­ways backed up.

Once the im­ages are in place on the server, you can then ac­cess and down­load from any other de­vice you log in to. The Ama­zon in­ter­face is sim­ple enough and re­flects the folder struc­ture of the ma­chines or de­vices that you’ve backed up. It also has full sup­port for all com­mon file for­mats, giv­ing you a pre­view of the file. Se­lect­ing to down­load or share files is equally easy.

Pros Un­lim­ited stor­age at less than £5/just $5 a month

Cons Im­age browser could be more pho­tog­ra­pher friendly

We say Cheap, sim­ple un­lim­ited stor­age for all file types

Ama­zon’s Prime Photo or Un­lim­ited plans of­fer all the space you need

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