Photos are an integral part of our memories. We like to capture many important events in our life into Photos. In this digital world, most of our Photos are stored on hard disk. What if, unfortunately your hard-disk crashes and you lose the entire data? The softwares and other stuff can be downloaded/reinstalled, but what about your photos? How are you going to get them back. It is always wise to have back ups and/or store your photos in the cloud. You can have a look at Top 5 Free Cloud Storage Options.
While cloud storage services can help you save the photos from crashes, organizing the photos can be a big pain. Imagine a web app that does both the tasks for you. It would be very helpful, wouldn’t it? Presenting before you, SnapJoy, a Y Combinator-funded startup that organizes the photos, into albums, for you.
Mac users can download Shoebox, a native client that makes it easy to drag and drop photos to automatically upload them to the service, interestingly it also detects when you’ve inserted an SD card. Hope they come up with similar app for Windows soon.
By default, everything uploaded to Snapjoy is private, but you can still share photos with select groups of friends, and if you grant permission, a friend can actually copy one of your photos into their own Snapjoy album.
You can have a look at the demo here:-
As of now, since SnapJoy is still in Beta, it is free of charge for everyone. So try it now!