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If you think you know a great smart photo manager, you have not yet met ibi. I have been blown away in just the short time I have started to get to know the ibi. The capabilities it provides me as a photo obsessed traveling parent who snaps a million photos of scenery and their child is out of this world!
I have a serious problem when it comes to my family. While I am a blogger and social media enthusiast, not everyone else is. The amount of times I get a text from my brother whining that he did not get photos from a trip we just took my son on, is way too many to count. Let us not also forget that one of my best friends, my Dad, and my Uncle are also not on Facebook. This leads me to sending texts and slews of photos to multiple people. The madness has to stop! I have now met ibi.
My Dad has the WORST camera on his phone. I took most of the photos from our recent visit to Washington D.C. and the White House on my phone or camera. Now, I can easily let him access all the photos without emailing three at a time or texting one at at time.
ibi has allowed me to share a completely embarrassing video of my brother and best friend when he surprised her with an insane joke gift, without having to upload to social media. I was having a problem getting them this video. My phone kept saying file was too big to text. The file was too big to email. I gave up and held it on my phone for a few weeks. Now, ibi solved it all! I added my bestie to my inner circle on ibi and within seconds she had the video. I was able to shoot a text link to my brother as well!
Prior, a few of my close friends and I were sharing photos in messengers but ibi lets us caption the photos, comment back directly on those photos, create for albums, and share more privately. I am constantly being told by my phone and my laptop I need to clear space to put more videos or photos on them. ibi smart photo manager has 2TB of device capability! That is a whole lot of storage space.
I am trying to clear my phone in case I want to do a trade in and also because I need video space for upcoming concerts. I was able to quickly back up all my phone video and picture content to ibi and now sort through and set in to albums.
ibi is to easy to set up with full directions in their app that is available both for Android or Apple phones. You will need a phone to connect to ibi and a wireless route for internet connection to get set up. Everything else is in the box!
Sometimes I wonder if my Grandmother is seeing all the photos on Facebook. Now, the ones I want to make sure she sees, I can just shoot over a link in email! I love that I control who can see what I want to share, not everything has to be for all 300+ friends who I barely talk to in real life!
Who in your life would you add to your inner circle?
Start backing up your memories and sharing them with those you love most! Be one of the first to get your own ibi.
Author: Nichole Arnold
I’m the owner of Mommy Needs a Bottle . I’m a 30- something wine enthusiast that resides in Tampa, FL. I love family traditions, traveling, cooking, baking, reading, fashion, tattoos, beauty products, and being a Mommy! I have a background in marketing, public relations, copywriting, and sales.