Amazon has just launched an awesome new feature for its Prime subscribers called "Family Vault". This new option allows Prime members to share their cloud storage space with as many as five members of their families. Furthermore, if the family sharing feature will function in the same way as Apple's or Google's do, you won't be limited to sharing your benefits with people that you're actually related to. Before you ask, no; there's no extra cost to use this feature.
Amazon Prime members have unlimited cloud storage space for photos, which means that now five other people can benefit from the same offer as well. Furthermore, Family Vault also allows family members to upload up to 5 GB of other types of files to the main account holder's cloud. To use this feature, all Amazon Prime subscribers need to go to their accounts and invite the desired family members.
Along with the Family Vault feature, Amazon also updated its cloud searching functionality, making it smarter. From now, when you search for a specific picture, you can use keywords that describe the content of the image and not its title. Basically, using the word "sea" as a search query will return all the photos taken at the seaside. Lastly, there's also a new People tab, which sorts photos based on the person who uploaded them.
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