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Every mom has been there, ready to snap a photo or quick video of your baby playing in the bathtub or crawling on the beach when your phone flashes the dreaded “not enough free space.”
You don’t want to lose a single photo, especially for the moments when you’re away from your little one or want to play proud mama when you’re out with friends, so what can you do?
We’ve rounded up some easy options for saving, storing and printing every single shot to last long after you’ve traded your phone in for a new model.
When you sign up for iCloud storage through your iPhone, you’ll automatically get 5 GB of free storage for documents, mail and backup information.
If you find yourself needing more room, however, you can add more storage to your account in increments of 10, 20 and 50 GBs for $20, $40 and $100 per year, respectively.
Change your storage plan at any time by going to “Settings,” “iCloud,” then “Storage and Backup” and clicking “Change Storage Plan” in your phone and expect to be billed for your new plan every year unless you downgrade.
Install Dropbox on your computer and download the app to your smart phone or tablet to retrieve photos, documents or videos from anywhere, or create a Flickr account to upload photos and videos to the website for free.
Flickr allows its users to upload up to a terabyte, or one million 100KB-sized pictures, of data to their account at no cost, so you’ll have plenty of room to capture all of your family pictures for years to come. Moms also sites like Shutterfly and Snapfish for their ability to store and print thousands of photos in the same place.