Loom Found Out What You Need in Your iCloud

iCloud offers storage services and syncing services, but none of them are as comprehensive and robust as the new product offered by Loom. After months of users complaining about their struggles sharing and synching photographs, Loom devised a solution that would help people manage their photographs with ease and simplicity. Here is what you need to know about Loom’s new product. You will be pleasantly surprised.

The Problem:

People complained of the painstaking process of backing up photos to external hard drives and syncing them to iTunes. The process was long and tedious and required more effort than most people wanted. Some people were even deterred from the process because of the disk space it consumed on portable devices and MacBook SSD drives.

Apple’s iCloud had its problems, which is why Loom tried so hard to create a rebuttal. Both companies agree that hosting applications in the cloud is the solution, but this method of management is what gives one company a competitive advantage over another.

Since iCloud’sPhotostream will only save the last 1000 photographs from a device, it is not the most ideal solution. Both users and developers are immensely frustrated with the application, and this is why Loom devised a different solution.

The Solution:

Loom devised a solution to bypass all of the problems experienced with iCloud’sPhotostream. Users are migrating to the new solution and are pleased with the results. Loom puts all videos and photographs into the cloud to improve accessibility from any location. People who have limited camera disk space find that this option is convenient and necessary for reclaiming disk space.

Loom is coveted by photographers because it uses smart technology to determine how photographs will be stored based off how they will be displayed. For instance, a photograph that was shot in high definition will only be displayed according what is needed for the device. In other words, smart phone will not require as high of resolution as a television.

Loom works with or without an Internet connection. This is convenient and useful for people who have limited connectivity. Loom also provides access to a developer to assist with any problems that users may have regarding the photograph storage. Currently, the program works with Apple’s products, but experts expect that an Android platform will be introduced in the near future.

Loom will eventually support documents, audio, television, and movies. Though the product is in private beta, there are plans to introduce it to the public for free, but it will be competing with numerous paid services that are available. In anticipation of its arrival, companies such as Facebook, Flickr, Shutterfly, and Google are offering photo upload. The services will be free or have enough free tiers to assist people who are operating on a budget.

Loom is the New Solution

Everyone should be on the lookout for the new Loom. Its highly anticipated arrival is expected to impress its audience. If you currently are using another solution, try Loom and determine how you can manage your photographs in the iCloud.

 

This is a guest post by Taylor Thomas.  She enjoys learning about new technology, innovations and gadgets. She is currently writing for a local isp highlighting internet prices and bundles.

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