CloudVault

[App] CloudVault Photo Uploader

CloudVaultCloudVault : Google Drive Instant Upload.

CloudVault : Instantly and automatically backup your Photos & Videos to your Google Drive™. Never worry about losing your media again!

– Google Drive Instant Upload.
– Uploads in full resolution without any compression.
– Can upload immediately or be configured to wait for a WiFi connection.
– Ability to mass upload older pictures/videos that were taken before installing the app
– Integrated with Google Drive
– Integrates with your Google Account using Android Account Manager and OAuth2
– Actively being developed; New features will be added.

Please email us if you have any problems or feature requests: info@nekjo.com

Please do not post problems to the comments as we have no way to contact you to resolve the issue!

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CloudVault user reviews:

This is exactly what I was looking for. Works great on my phone and I’m really looking forward to trying it out on a Nikon S800c android camera when they are available!

Exactly what I was looking for since my microSD card fried!!! This will potentially save the day.

Not uploading my videos. Works great for photos though.

Very good app. Does what should, in theory, be a feature of Google Drive, i.e. instant upload to Drive

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[app]com.nekjo.photouploader[/app]

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