I need to be able to access my Android Photo Gallery online, anytime, and without the need to share my photos with the world.
I know services such as Google and Dropbox offer to back them up, but I have left Dropbox and I am a little nervous about whether Google will keep my images protected. How easy would it be for me to slip up and miss something that made them public without my knowledge or time to undo it.
I don't know what device and service provider you have. Some times the service provider takes that out. My HTC One (M8) has a app named, conveniently enough, File Manager. There are others available through
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