Did you know that over 2.1 million phones are stolen each year? Americans also break 2 smartphone screens each second which can ruin a phone and cause you to lose your data.
One of the most important things people lose on their phones is their photos. If your phone isn’t properly backed up and your phone is lost, stolen, or damaged, you may lose all your photos forever. There are several ways to backup your photos:
1. Cloud services – cloud backups can be a great way to preserve your photos. Some drawbacks from cloud services are limited storage space and monthly fees.
2. Computer backups – For iPhones, you can use iTunes to backup your phone. For Androids, there are fewer options and you may have to manually copy data to your computer.
3. Another way to protect your photos is a specialty tool like our Photo Backup Stick Universal.
This tool will backup photos from smartphones and computers so your pictures are all backed up to one physical drive. The Photo Backup Stick Universal plugs directly into your computer or phone and uses a backup app to find and backup all your photos and videos. You don’t need to buy a stick for each type of device since it supports iPhones, Androids, Windows PCs, and Macs all in one tool.
For more information visit PhotoBackupStick.com or call 801-930-5821.
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