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LyveHome demo: store more videos and photos

Feb 7, 2014

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Meet the LyveHome device and app, from startup Lyve Minds. LyveHome acts as an almost infinite camera roll, automatically collecting, sorting, and protecting photos and videos from your smartphone, tablet, computer and external hard drives, allowing you to keep on capturing while avoiding “full storage” messages.

Super simple to use, you just plug in LyveHome, download the app on all of your devices, and your photos and videos are gathered into one collection that’s always up-to-date, protected, and accessible—all while freeing up precious storage space on your smartphone and tablet.

Powered by an ultra-fast and efficient Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 600 processor, the LyveHome device provides multiple terabytes of storage, is always on, and super portable (about the size of a small box speaker). The user-friendly touch-screen display doubles as a digital photo frame that is able to access photos and videos from all of your devices.

Lyve makes copies of photos and videos from across all connected personal devices, and duplicates them when storage is available, ensuring they’re protected. Lyve also allows you to monitor the health of your connected accessibility and storage availability.

The Lyve app will be available starting Spring 2014 for multiple mobile and computer operating systems, including Android and Windows devices, along with the LyveHome device currently priced at $299. You can sign up here to get the latest updates on the device’s release date and upcoming news.

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Jackie Hade

Staff Writer, Snapdragon Blog