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can i use google plus to store pix privately?

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    i have been using picasa to store pics online so i wouldnt loose them like i have on my sd card.
    but a friend of mine said he keeps his on google plus. but cant people see ur pics on google plus?
    i need a place to store pics online privately esp from the girlfriend.
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    can u have a private album on google plus? not familiar with that place.
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    Dropbox is cloud storage. Don't think g+ has private albums.

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    You can use Google drive

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    yea iv been using google drive. im a fan...im assuming theres no difference in the 2 is there?
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    If you have G+ on your phone, you can enable "instant uploads" and set it to upload your photos over wifi only, or wifi + cell data. The "instant uploads" album is private by default.

    Same as Dropbox's "camera uploads" folder, but more tied into G+ obviously... All the cloud services are trying to maintain some sort of similar camera upload service now.
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    OK thanks