Upload photos to the cloud

Upload photos to the cloud

Sign-in to Google+ and the Nexus 4 will automatically save all your images to the cloud, using its Instant Upload feature.

You can set it so images and video are only uploaded when you're logged onto a specific network, or just to do it as soon as an image or video is captured. We'd recommend the former, to save your data allowance when you're on the road.

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