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How I set up a self-hosted replacement for Google Photos

How I set up a self-hosted replacement for Google Photos

With Google Photos discontinuing free unlimited photo backups starting next week, we've been taking a look at the various alternatives available on the market to replace the service. Both options we've looked at so far — Amazon Photos and Microsoft OneDrive — are cloud-based lockers, so today we're going to take another approach and check out a local storage alternative. Synology, the maker of the famous home NAS servers, has been testing its own photos management library for a while and in my experience, it's as close to Google Photos as you could ever get. Plus, it's free... as long as you own one of the company's DiskStations.

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Is Amazon Photos the right Google Photos replacement for you?

Is Amazon Photos the right Google Photos replacement for you?

Google Photos is discontinuing its free storage option, but after years of conditioning users to unlimited free space for their images, people are understandably starting to look for alternatives that don't charge as much as Google Photos could in the future. One of the more interesting competitors might be Amazon Photos, which is incredibly similar to Google Photos. There's a big catch, though — Amazon Photos doesn't have a 100% free tier. You need to pay for Amazon Prime to enjoy the benefits.

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SanDisk's new iXpand is a 10W wireless charging pad that also backs up your photos locally

SanDisk's new iXpand is a 10W wireless charging pad that also backs up your photos locally

With the new iXpand Wireless Charger, SanDisk is onto something. The charging pad doesn't just fill up your device's battery, it also makes a local backup of photos, videos, and contacts to its built-in storage so you know you always have a second copy of your most important data.

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