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  • Camra sends photos straight to the cloud
  • Camra sends photos straight to the cloud
    Melissa BARRA (2015) ©
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Camra sends photos straight to the cloud

91% of iPhone owners have 16GB or less of storage on their devices, and with the average user running out of space at least once a month, a storage crunch is on the horizon. Camra is offering a cloud-based solution to the problem, letting users shoot photos straight to the cloud.

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