"Not Enough Storage On Device"
The camera built in to your smartphone shoots crystal clear photos of nature, beautifully lit pictures of your family and, for some people, Instagram worthy shots of your lunch.
But where do all those photos go?
Well, if you’re like me, my wife, my mom, my sisters and everyone else I know, photos and videos remain on your iPhone, iPad or Android and take up space.
All that clutter builds up until finally, one day, your phone fights back and tells you, “NO MORE!”
You’re completely maxed out of storage space.
Your phone refuses to take a single photo more.
So you go through your photo gallery and painfully decide which pictures of your adorable nephew you want to delete, and which pictures of your darling granddaughter you need to save.
A Flash Drive for your Smartphone
The solution is super simple, and it’s way, way overdue.
DAK’s Smartphone Memory Saver plugs straight into your iPhone, iPad or Android and lets you quickly decide which photos and videos to transfer onto a Micro SD card.
It works just like a regular flash drive, and is the fastest, most convenient way to move photos off of your smartphone without deleting them.
Privacy Concerns: More Secure Than the Cloud
Transferring photos to the cloud is a legitimate option, but a lot of people I know don’t use it for two reasons:
1- It’s too confusing, so they aren’t interested.
2- Privacy concerns.
Where are these photos going?
Who will have access to it?
With DAK’s Smartphone Memory Saver, you’ll rest easy knowing that you have full control over what happens to your photos and videos.
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 want.
You decide who has access to your saved files and more importantly, who doesn't.
Expandable Memory Means More Flexibility
Honestly, I think it’s a conspiracy that iPhones and iPads don’t have expandable storage.
Seriously, would it kill Apple's profits to add one little slot into the side of the phone?
A lot of people think that Apple wants you to run out of space on your device, just like they want your battery to wear out.
They manufacture products that are built to last…about eighteen months.
Micro SD card inputs have even been mysteriously disappearing from many newer Android smartphones.
Well, whatever the reason the major manufacturers leave it out, we don't do that here at DAK.
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.
It’s just much more flexible and economical for you to do it this way.
Sheesh, wasn't that easy?