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Monday, September 30, 2013
Sony PlayMemories Online Service Expands To More European Countries


PlayMemories Online, Sony's cloud-based photo and video service, is currently available in the UK, France and Germany in Europe and will expand to cover nine new European countries by the end of September 2013.

A new 'All Sync' feature automatically gathers all the photos stored on your smartphone, tablet or PC, uploading them to your PlayMemories Online account. They're stored securely in the cloud in HD resolution - and there's no limit to the number of photos you can upload. Additionally, you can select your favourite images and movies stored on your mobile or PC and upload them individually in full resolution (5GB). Then view your picture library any time, any place on a smartphone, tablet, PC or connected TV.



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