Dead simple interface

Easily toggle between Device view and Cloud view. Then, long-press on any item to save it either to your device's local storage or to the cloud. Read full review
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Free storage

New users get 5GB of free storage on Amazon Cloud Drive. This alone might be reason enough to download the app. Read full review
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Save or share photos

Here's a look at a photo stored in the cloud. From here, you can hit the menu key to either save the photo locally to your device, or share it via Android's Share function. Read full review
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Upload to the cloud

Here's a look at a photo saved locally. From here, you can hit the menu key quickly upload to the cloud, or again, share to other Android apps. Read full review
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Album viewer

Open up the app, and you'll see all of your photos displayed by album. Unfortunately, you can't move them among albums or rename anything. This makes it tough to organize anything from within the app. Read full review
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