I want these photos, videos and memories backed up. We have the cloud and we have our laptops for back up but I have had both of these fail me in the past. No WiFi signal or, flat out forgetting to backup the photos, have resulted in loss of precious photos and memories.
Backing Up Photos On Vacation Without WiFi
We love to vacation. Family vacation. Girls getaway vacation. Mommy and me vacation. Kids free vacation. It it is a vacation, we are there.
As much as I try to disconnect and ‘be in the moment’ I find myself reaching for my phone and capturing the little moments, the details of a resort or the culinary inspiration in front of me with the camera on my phone. I WANT to capture the moments because these moments are so precious and we love to look back on them with great nostalgia.
For us, photos ARE memories.
We create photo books of vacations, create photo ornaments for the classroom and share these photos with friends and family.
How To Backup Photos Without WiFi
If you have never heard of Picture Keeper you could be missing out on preserving those precious photos and videos. Picture Keeper looks like a USB stick but it is so much more than that. Picture Keeper Connect is compatible with iPhone and Android, and Mac and PC. You also don’t need a wifi connection to backup your photos! Your typical flash drive may be able to save photos without a wifi connection, but you can’t save photos right from your phone. Picture Keeper is designed to physically connect to your device and easily AND doesn’t save duplicate photos or videos.
Sharing Picture Keeper between devices?
The Connect transfers between devices, keeping all your photos safe. With a USB flash, duplicates are always a problem.
Simple steps to backing up photos and videos
- Download the Picture Keeper Connect App and start your free account.
- Plug in your Picture Keeper Connect to your device.
- Click “Start Backup!”
Initial backup will save all photos, videos and contacts. Future backups only save newly added files. Never worry about wasted space or duplicate files
Published April 2017