Storing photos

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    Is there a way to store photos on a 'cloud'.

    Basically I want to have access to then with having to save on phone or computer

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    I use Dropbox.

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    Cool I can do that

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    My buddy has an iphone and uses icloud ....does droid have a cloud

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    DropBox, SugarSync, ZumoDrive and Sorami (Windows Live SkyDrive) work well for cloud storage. You can also use Facebook, Google+, etc for cloud storage of photos. Or you can set up a network server and be your own private cloud.