I am not usually the one to have an opinion about products and services, much less write about them, yet here I am.
I am the kind of person who downloads every single app I see on social media: shopping, coupons, weather, games, photo editing apps, you name it. If I think it makes my life easier, chances are I will head to the app store and hit the download button.
Every once in a while, I wake up to another software update and my phone says “version 15.1 is now available for download with all the bug fixes and ultimate features” blah, blah, blah. I never notice the difference, but I still try to upgrade it, thinking maybe there’s a new feature or shortcut that would be useful.
The problem is that after getting the software upgrade message several times and finally trying to install the new version, I get yet another notification saying I don’t have enough storage.
My first reaction is always to revisit my gallery and start deleting my pictures to free up space, but since I don’t want to lose any of my memories, I connect my phone to my computer and make sure everything is backed up before I delete it. When going over my gallery, I realize the incredible amount of random photos I have: screenshots of Instagram posts, GIFs, song names, dozens of blurry or dark photos that I don’t remember taking, and thousands of selfies I never really use.
Granted, after researching for a couple of minutes I found out Sprint Complete Storage gives customers unlimited storage to back up all photos and videos. The app also backs up my pictures automatically, so long as the app is running, so I don’t need to plug my phone into my computer anymore. LIFE CHANGING.
ON TOP OF THAT, it organizes my gallery and shows me all screenshots and blurry photos –helping me optimize my gallery and free up space— and has an editing feature that allows me to edit my images within the app.