iPhone Storage

Free Yourself From Photos Storage

Let go, Let Google...Photos

Yes, while iCloud is convenient for sharing your photo library between iDevices and making sure that you have things automatically backed up. It's a bit of a challenge to delete a photo from your phone, without it also being deleted from iCloud. 

Well the solution is easy -- Google Photos automatically syncs with your iDevice Library: uploading pictures to the cloud, so that you can delete the original and free up some more space on your iPhone or iPad. Google Photos isn't the only one that does this, if you are an Amazon Prime user: Prime Photos is an alternative solution. And there is always setting up your Dropbox to auto sync with your iPhone Library as well. 

Needless to say -- get the originals off your Phone. There is little to no time we are left without Wifi or LTE that we won't be able to pull them from a cloud based storage solution. 

Photo Storage Tips for iPhone

Here are some other useful iDevice Photo tips to make sure you are optimizing your storage! 


For a full reference of cloud storage solutions, check out this great comparison: https://www.cloudwards.net/comparison/

Feel free to put some comments with questions below, or shoot us an email. We'd love to chat! 

Stop Hoarding Old Texts

With full screen animations, funny GIFs, and group text chains that seem to alert you every 15 seconds -- we are a texting nation! Without you even knowing, your messages app eats up more and more of your storage every day.

Reduce & Refresh Messages NOW.

The how to video below will walk through two tricks that will help significantly reduce the size of the Messages App. Create more space, and make sure your phone is able to always stay up to date! 

Manage iPhone Storage

New year, New...iPhone

Has you been that person? The one who hands off their phone to a stranger to take a group picture? And as they so kindly wait for everyone to strike a pose, and press the capture button,  are met with a "Cannot Take Photo" window? 

Cannot Take Photo

We've all been there. It seems no matter how large the iPhone memory is, we will eventually continue to download, and download, until we reach capacity. 

Here's a way to help manage your storage: 

Knowledge is power. Watch this video to learn what apps are taking up the most space on your phone, and delete unnecessary ones!