£55/$60 per year – no limit
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