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What are the best resources for organizing photos?

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    Vincent Hill
    Written on February 14, 2017
    "So I am a new graphic designer and I love what I'm doing, I had one problem and that is I needed a Raster to Vector converter as well as something to help me with my work. My solution was Photoshop of course, it has to be the best in the market for the best price."
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      Marco Antonio Bernal
      Written on January 9, 2017
      "Google photos makes it easy to get my photos together from anywhere I have internet or phone signal. I use this from my phone and computer and have a perfect online curation spot for all my pictures."
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      Ronald Santos
      Written on January 23, 2017
      "Flickr is the solution to organize all ones' photos in all digital devices we use. It sorts, organizes and makes them readily available to be shared, printed, organized further, indexed what ever we may choose to do with them. Also Flicker is a great tool to view the photos on line or with a projector of some kind. But as an organizer of all photos it has simply no equal."
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      Samuel Mason
      Written on January 18, 2017
      "Facebook Moments is a great way to organize my photos. They offer unlimited space and you can send your pictures to friends and family too."
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      Larry Little
      Written on January 2, 2017
      "Dropbox does a great job of organizing my photos and the storage tiers are reasonable. I like that it is integrated with my phone and laptop and gives me a common, safe area to store and organize my pictures."
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      Arjun Rathore
      Written on January 29, 2017
      "As a mom and photography enthusiast, I take a lot of photos. Before I found this software it was a nightmare trying to keep all of my pictures organized. I was using folders separated by date but who can remember what pictures they took 8 months ago on a random Tuesday? Not me! With JetPhoto's easy to use interface and categories now I never have to dig very far to find a shot that I'm looking for."
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      Mark Hart
      Written on January 27, 2017
      "works great for organizing files and pictures on my android. The backup cloud seems to be working. It also has a feature to clean the junk cache files and extra stuff you don't need from your device."
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      Craig Graham
      Written on February 1, 2017
      "I love this all-in-one photo storage concept. Family Photo Albums is pure genius. I love the fact that this technology can recognize people and can organize my photos for me."
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      Rogelio Vega
      Written on January 16, 2017
      "A very good, simple app that makes things so much easier when it comes to organizing pictures. It was a little difficult to get all of my existing pictures organized using this tool. However, for new pictures that I take, it couldn't have made it easier to organize and file a picture."
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      Nicholas Gutierrez
      Written on February 17, 2017
      "I am constantly trying to find photos that I have taken so I can share them with others and the time that is wasted looking for them can never be replaced. Mylio answers this problem for me by making my photos available to not only share at a moment's notice but to also be able to edit so that I share the best capture with family and friends."
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      Arthur Johnson
      Written on January 2, 2017
      "For the purpose of organizing photos, I feel that this works well. It seems easy and straightforward to use. Just simply upload or import from USB/SD cards and all your photos will be together. It's a good backup in case your computer crashes."
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      Arjun Verma
      Written on February 18, 2017
      "This app is amazing! It makes it so much easier to sort though and organize your pictures on your phone. Very user friendly! Create albums then sort, compare, and even delete your photos easily and all in one place!"
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      Rubén Rocha
      Written on February 12, 2017
      "I always have a tough time organizing my images, and tagging them properly. This app makes that process of organizing photos easy, and without the hassle of losing your photos in the process."
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      James Brooks
      Written on February 11, 2017
      "I've recently become interested in photography, and this website is great! I've taken so many digital photos that it is a bit overwhelming to sort through at times. However, this website gave me immense help in organizing photos on my mac computer, and making sure my future photos turn out great!"
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      Lee Sun
      Written on January 1, 2017
      "I am a Linux programmer and take photos in my spare time. digiKam provided the resources I need to import and organize my photos. The KIPI plugin adds tons of functionality and allowed me to edit my photos between many different applications. I loved the interface and the included Light Table tool makes editing a snap."
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      Free - with in-app purchases

      Michael Ryan
      Written on January 19, 2017
      "I love Focus! The tagging feature makes it so easy to keep my pictures organized without having to go back and sort them into albums. I especially like that you can lock swiping so nosy friends can only look at the picture you want to show them!"
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      Jack Patel
      Written on January 1, 2017
      "Magix is great. I wasn't satisfied with the free options I already had available to me. This software has so many features inside, it really shines when compared to the options most people make use of. Photo similarity, facial recognition, etc., make it quick and easy to find certain photos. It's awesome, get it!"
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      Ignacio Corona
      Written on February 13, 2017
      "This was absolutely great at helping me organize my family's photo albums. I had never realized how vulnerable my storage of photos and videos can be when they are all kept on the same device, or "medium". Im taking their advice and will be storing my photos on several different devices, so that if or when the physical device fails i have a back-up that can be used or restored."
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      Free - basic version

      Brandon Barnes
      Written on January 5, 2017
      "I used PicaJet to organize a large group of personal photos. It provided me with easy ways to organize photos, hide some photos and create timelines and groups."
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      Phillip Carroll
      Written on February 5, 2017
      "As someone who has tons of photos on my phone, I was looking for an app to get them more organized. The photo album app helped me do that as well as having options to lock certain albums, tag imported photos, and make slideshows. It was an easy drag and drop method that helped me organize my photos easily."
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      Joshua Harvey
      Written on January 15, 2017
      "I found this article useful for organizing photos. It has lots of photos on how to organize photos, ha! You could try creating a family yearbook for each year of photos that you have, or you could bring photo dividers for free - plus a lot of different options. Love this article!"
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      Joshua Owens
      Written on March 17, 2017
      "I would highly recommend this tutorial for anyone looking to preserve their photos, videos, any digital content that they want saved for many, many years to come. This tutorial walked me through all of the available options for data backup and storage. Whether physical storage or cloud storage -- I now understand everything I need to save my data. I've managed to use a cloud solution for my storage needs based on the info included in this tutorial. I wasn't aware of many solutions before, but now I've chosen cloud storage as a means to save all of my digital life. Thanks!"
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      Angela Rice
      Written on October 1, 2017
      "While Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018 is a good product I think it is overkill for someone who simply wants to organize their photos. Adobe Photoshop can do a ton things with images and video and because it has lots of uses it is expensive to purchase. I think, for someone who simply wants to organize photos and not do heavy duty editing, that Google Drive would be more advantageous. Google Drive holds as many pictures and videos as you can store, doesn't have the heavy duty editing features but also doesn't have the heavy duty price of Adobe Photoshop either."

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    Best resources for organizing photos
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 Google Photos Apps 1071 Free
    2 Flickr Apps 1003 Free
    3 Facebook Moments Apps 939 Free
    4 Dropbox Photos Websites 894 Free
    5 JetPhoto Studio Software 844 Free
    6 Piccam Apps 810 Free
    7 Prime Photos Apps 790 Free
    8 Photo Line Apps 753 Free
    9 Mylio Websites 718 Free
    10 Photo Gallery Software 692 Free

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