Mylio will help you find the pictures and memories of your loved ones

Posted Mar. 29th, 2020 by Daniel J. Cox

Many of you know I’m a big fan of the photo program Mylio. In these days and early mornings (it’s currently 2:00am) of finding things to do, as we’re locked down here in Montana, I stumbled across an interesting website called Medium. Medium is a subject all on its own. It’s expansive on subject matter, to say the least, so you an explore that if you choose.

The two articles I found that made me stop and read are by Maggie King who discusses the ins and outs of Mylio. She does a great job in these two articles, Mylio for Beginners and Mylio for Advanced Users, which explain why this program is such a great tool for managing your precious memories through your pictures. It’s a great time to take stock in the thousands of memories we all collect. Are you going to be able to find pictures of  the people you love in the future? You will if you’re using Mylio or Apple’s Photos. Any other program not as guaranteed.

Best wishes everybody and hang in there. Do the right thing and keep your heads down until this all blows over.

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  1. Grace CapistranoOn Mar. 29th, 2022 (2 months ago)

    Hello . I have almost 3000 pictures on my phone and I wanted to store/ save them without transferring it to my computer that is already very slow . I heard your website from somewhere . Any recommendation ?

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      Daniel J. CoxOn Mar. 29th, 2022 (2 months ago)

      Grace, it would be helpful knowing what phone you have. Is it an Apple iPhone or Android device?

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