Photographs were one of the first things to become digitized during the tech revolution, and today, even high-end DSLR and mirrorless cameras have traded rolls of film for SD cards. That said, just because digital photos are easier to keep and store doesn’t mean that your mementos from weddings, birthday parties, and other get-togethers are any less precious to you, so it’s a good idea to invest in a modern storage solution like the Ibi smart photo manager, which is right now. Read on to find out more about how Ibi can keep your photos (and videos) safe and save you some cash.
You might be thinking that a standard hard drive is sufficient for storing your digital photographs and videos, but the Ibi smart photo manager is much more than just a place to keep your favorite memories safe. Think of Ibi as a central hub for your stuff — this is especially useful if you have a lot of pictures and movies across multiple devices (computer, phone, etc.) and social media accounts — that lets you easily store, organize, and share everything from one place.
Setup is easy: Just plug Ibi in, download the app, and go through a short setup process. During setup, Ibi will collect and backup any photos and videos from whatever social media accounts, physical devices, and cloud storage services you choose. This includes iPhones, Android devices, Mac computers, Windows PCs, Facebook, Instagram, Google Drive, OneDrive, DropBox, and more. You can also upload directly to the Ibi via USB.
From the Ibi app or your web browser, you can organize, manage, and share individual items and complete albums with your circle of friends and family (and you can of course just use Ibi as a private and secure backup for all of your pictures and videos if you want). The Ibi device itself boasts 1TB of internal storage space, which is enough room for up to 250,000 photos or 100 hours of video. Ibi can also stream your favorite memories right to any TV equipped with Google Chromecast, Roku, Fire TV, and similar streaming apps.
The Ibi smart photo manager would normally set you back $130, but Best Buy has it on sale right now for just $100, saving you $30. Better still, as it’s a physical storage solution, there are no recurring fees for using your Ibi like there are with many cloud-based services.
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