Amazon’s Cloud Drive Photos app updated with iPad support, video playback and more

By , Dec 9, 2013

Amazon Cloud Drive Photos 1.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 001)Amazon Cloud Drive Photos 1.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 002)

Folks who use Amazon’s Cloud Drive service will be happy to hear that it has posted a significant update for its iOS Photos client this afternoon. The update, which brings the app to version 2.0, adds native iPad support, video playback and other improvements.

Here’s the 2.0 change log:

• Native support for iPad and iPad mini
• Protect your personal videos in your Cloud Drive
• Upload or download video up to 2GB or 20 minutes in length
• Playback saved video streamed instantly to any device
• Crash and bug fixes

Amazon introduced the Cloud Drive Photos app in May of this year, as a way of making it easier for iOS users to upload their photos and videos to their Cloud Drive accounts. It also allows them to view these files, as there’s no official Cloud Drive iOS client yet.

Of course you’ll need a Cloud Drive account to take advantage of this app, and if you don’t already have one, Amazon is giving away 5GB of storage for free. For those that do have one, you’ll want to grab this update, which you can find in the App Store for free.

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    How many Cloud storage apps can you have. Apparently not enough.