Amazon launched unlimited photo storage for Prime members back in November 2014. In March of this year, the company began offering the service for $12 a year, allowing anyone to store their lifetime collection of photos — including RAW files.
Now Amazon is rolling out yet another perk: the ability to share your unlimited photo storage. Prime members can now share Amazon’s unlimited photo hosting with one other adult in their household.
If you’re a Prime subscriber, you can get started by creating a Household on Amazon to share your benefits. Once that person is added, they’ll be able to use Amazon Cloud Drive‘s website, mobile app, and Desktop app for storing as many of their photos as they’d like.
You will need stay subscribed to Amazon’s $99/year Prime membership for Amazon to preserve your images, but if you were planning to do that anyway, having a company as large as Amazon protect your photos is probably one of your best bets for having the images survive long into the future.