February 10, 2014
Tonido, the popular remote access and home server software for network-attached storage, has just been updated with a much-requested feature. The new feature in question actually already exists in its corresponding forms in some of the most popular cloud storage services, including iCloud, Dropbox, SkyDrive, and Mega. It's none other than automatic camera upload:
With the latest Tonido iOS App and Tonido server (Both free upgrades of course!) you can now get this feature in your very own private cloud. No more storage fee, No more subscriptions, privacy concerns! you simply slap in a cheap hard disk and point it to Tonido to use it for backing up your photos and videos.To enable automatic camera upload on Tonido, you must first update to the latest Tonido server, which has Mobile Media Backup enabled, and the latest version of the service's official iOS app, Tonido 7.0. In Tonido 7.0, tap the new icon at the bottom left to open the Camera Upload settings page. There you can select the Tonido server to which you wish to back up your iOS device's photos and videos. You can also opt to unload only on Wi-Fi to save on your cellular data plan. Once enabled, the new feature automatically checks new photos and videos and initiates their backup every time the Tonido app is opened. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later, Tonido 7.0 is available now in the App Store for free. The new version of Tonido also features song title search support for indexed songs and includes miscellaneous bug fixes. Tonido was launched on iOS in September 2010. Along with Plex, Air Video, and Air Playit, Tonido was recommended as an alternative remote access service by QuikIO following its acquisition by Yahoo last December. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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