Physical Backup of Digital Files vs. Cloud Storage
If you use store your files on the cloud, that's a great way to save space. I only use the free cloud services, and am very careful about which files I put there.
For sensitive information, I only keep backup files on a physical drive for safekeeping. That's me, and it makes me feel more comfortable knowing that I have full control over where my files are stored.
If privacy is important to you, too, you’ll rest easier using DAK's Smartphone Memory Saver to help you store your digital files.
It’s all saved on a physical drive that you can keep in your pocket, in your dresser, or even in a locked safe if that’s what you prefer.
You decide who has access to your saved files and more importantly, who doesn't.
Expandable Memory Means More Flexibility
Frankly, I can't understand why more smartphones don't include expandable memory slots.
Conspiracy theorists would claim that these big companies want you to run out of space on your device, just like they want your battery to wear out. They don't just want it, they're counting on it! It just means you'll need to buy a new one sooner.
Conspiracy or not, DAK’s Smartphone Memory Saver doesn’t have any built in memory of its own.
You insert your own Micro SD card into the slot.
After you've filled it up with your media treasures and you've maxed out the storage, just pop in a new Micro SD card!
You decide how much storage you need.
In the long run, it’s just more flexible and economical than building in a specific storage capacity that you can't ever swap out.
If you get the Micro SD card from us, it's 16GB, class 10.
That gives you a reading speed of about 48 megbytes per second.
Use Micro SD cards up to 256GB with DAK's Smartphone Memory Saver.