PhotoSpring Review

Rajat Hardy
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We had our experts take a look at the PhotoSpring to provide you with the inside scoop on its qualities.

It’s been popular on the market ever since it was launched and so we decided to take a closer look at it for you. Here we go:

Our rating: 9 / 10


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  • Big size
  • Multi functional
  • Resolution
  • Smart phone remote
  • Automatic backup
  • Easy to use


  • A bit expensive
  • Heavy

The PhotoSpring Photo Frame is an easy-to-use cloud storage and picture frame app on a WiFi enabled digital picture frame. Once all your photos are loaded into the cloud (16GB), you can access them on any device you choose, whether it is a tablet or cellphone. The photo frame itself will hold about 15,000 photos and can show them at at 8×10 or 10×15 sizes.

One of the neat features of PhotoSpring is the ability to set up a slideshow of up to 30 days of photos from your uploaded collection. This slideshows links directly to your web browser so you can share your photos with friends and family.

Another neat feature is the ability to post to social media directly from the device itself to share your photos on Facebook, Twitter, mail, Pinterest and Google+.

You can also store a copy of important photos on the device itself, just in case the original gets lost or damaged.

I like the PhotoSpring Photo Frame for its easy-to-use cloud sharing of digital photos, the ability to display slideshows directly as if it were an album, and its highly-responsive touch screen and its included battery backup.

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