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Hey Lifehacker, My archive of digital photos stretches back a dozen years and is 70GB in size. I recently combined all my photos files on to my new laptop and have quickly realised that in some cases I have triplicate copies or more of the same photos in different folders. Are there any programs that can analyse and match photos that appear more than once? I have spoken with all my friends and they all suffer this common problem.
Android: Adobe has finally released the Android version of its Revel service (previously available only on iOS). The app allows you to store photos online, share private libraries with friends and family, and use Adobe’s fairly powerful editing features to modify your pictures.
Android/iOS: Photo management is never easy. Tidy is an app that makes it a little simpler by automatically grouping your photos for you so you can easily sort them into different albums.
Mac: Apple’s Photo Stream service is supposed to be an easy way to share your photos between your Mac and your iOS device, but it doesn’t always work as advertised. It’s also pretty much only accessible with iPhoto (although workarounds exist), which is pretty obnoxious. MyPhotostream is a lightweight app that gives you access to your Photo Stream without the bloat of iPhoto.
Android: If you want the photos you take with your Android phone on your computer to share or send around, you have plenty of options for fast, instant uploading. Previously mentioned SnapPea already lets you manage your Android phone from your browser — now it instantly uploads the photos you take as you take them too.