The Picturelife team is a group of accomplished software engineers and designers that came together to solve a frustrating problem that everyone has: keeping our pictures safe and secure. It takes a fraction of a second to capture a memory that's meant to last forever, but just an instant to lose it to a thief, data corruption, or natural disaster. That’s why we built Picturelife.
We’ve been working hard to make Picturelife the service we always wanted. We want our pictures safely backed because we're afraid of losing them. We value our privacy so we built Picturelife to be private and secure by default. And we're always on the go, so we made Picturelife accessible from any computer or device with an Internet connection.
Funding Rounds (2) - $4.6MUpdate
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|Feb 2, 2015||The Verge - Why every photo storage startup dies or gets acquired|
|Jan 29, 2015||The Verge - Cloud photo service Picturelife is being acquired, but insists this isn't the end|
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|Jul 3, 2014||Cult of Mac - Picturelife 3 should be your new super-awesome online photo library|
|Jul 2, 2014||The Verge - These apps might trick you into finally backing up your photos|
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