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I love using auto syncing services to have my photos taken with my smartphone stored on a cloud storage service. One problem though is that the photos are uploaded in high resolution and takes up a lot of space on the drive.

I wonder if any one knows of a service/strategy to have the auto uploaded photo resized to have it occupy less space when auto stored? That is, without me having to take the photos with lesser quality, I still want photos taken with the highest quality since I may take a photo I really like.

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I created a tool for this purpose, maybe it's usefull for you… – bummi Dec 2 '12 at 11:01
@bummi oh that's great! I'll have a look at it! – AndroidHustle Dec 5 '12 at 8:35

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