For anyone who has children, pets or takes a lot of photos, you know how difficult it is to keep track of all of your pictures. I’m finding it especially hard these days since I use my iPhone often and my camera on special occasions.
When I had Baby C one month ago, we took my camera to the hospital and used that in the delivery room, then my husband used his iPhone for other photos and then my iPhone. It all seems so confusing. I’ve just now started to go through the photos and organize them because I want to print them and actually put them in albums.
When I was asked to review a Picture Keeper recently, it couldn’t have come at a more convenient time.
Picture Keeper is a USB that saves your digital photos all in one place. This is exactly what I needed!
Once it’s plugged in to your computer, it automatically finds and saves your photos. Literally, in a snap! There’s no software to install and it’s compatible with both Mac OSX and Windows.
Other easy features:
- Built in software autosearches and saves photos in your original folder
- Photos are stored once only, leaving room for more
- Great for use with digital frames or photo kiosks
There are several types of Picture Keepers available, choosing one depends on how much storage you need.
The one I have is the PK4 and it holds up to 4,000 photos! Other products can hold up to 250,000 photos! That’s practically a lifetime of photos all in one place.
My favorite part about the Picture Keeper is that I’ll never have to save photos on my computer or phone again. From here on out, I can keep everything organized and never have to spend hours hunting down photos again.
If you are interested in owning a Picture Keeper, you can actually get one free!
MailPix.com is now offering a Picture Keeper free with every order, all you have to do is pay shipping. That’s such a great deal because the Picture Keepers range from $29.99 to $169.99.
I’ve reviewed MailPix.com before and they are a great company, you can find some awesome gifts there or just order some prints for an album.
Head to MailPix.com if you have some photo organizing to do!
Disclosure: I was given a Picture Keeper to review. All opinions expressed in this post are mine and mine alone.