Prime Photos is a new feature of Amazon that is only available for people who have a Prime Membership. This membership includes many services that are not available for other users. One of these services has been recently introduced and it is called Family Vault.
This service lets you share your account of Prime Photos with other 5 people. The Prime Photos service can store an unlimited number of photos and now you can share them with your family. Once a Prime member shares its account, the person who he shared the account with can add other photos to the account.
All the Prime members can access, add, and share photos on Prime Photos and then they can let their family do the same with Family Vault.
Amazon allows file and video storage of 5GB for the five users of the account. The best part is that it offers unlimited storage on Cloud, just like Google. Of course, the unlimited storage is only available if you make a Prime membership.
The Prime membership is very popular because it ships faster and has better video and music services. India was the first country in which this membership was introduced and the first 60 days were free. This was just a marketing strategy to make people try the new product.
Now, in India, a Prime membership costs Rs. 499 a year and it has unlimited delivery with no minimum order and access to some early deals. It also has some deals that are only available for Prime members and can’t be seen by regular users.
In some countries, the video and music streaming system is not available yet but Amazon confirmed that it will be available soon in more countries. Some rumors say that, for instance, in India, this is going to be available in November.
In the U.S, the Prime membership costs $99 a year and it offers the same services like access to movies and TV shows and even access to original content from Amazon. The company also wants to become an internet provider in Europe in order to make its Prime services even more popular.
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