Stingle Could Be The New Photo Backup App

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Stingle Photos is one of the photo backup and synchronization applications that were set up to fill the void that arose after Google Photo ended its policy of unlimited photo backups, which opened the market in their direction.

The app is free for the first 1GiB of cloud storage and it has a lot of amazing features, some of which include encryption that prevents anyone, including the service’s operators, from checking users’ photos.

The encryption enabled by the use of Sodium cryptography protects users from attackers. In addition to the encryption function, Stingle also makes its platform transparent by making everything clear and straightforward for users who are interested in their security and privacy.

Stingle Photos uploads a backup of the user’s key to the Stingle cloud, allowing the app to work on a new app without requiring users to back up or manually restore their private keys.

For more information, read the original story in Arstechnica.

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