AT&T Launches Online iOS Storage Service 'Locker'

attlockerAT&T has launched a free online storage service for iOS that allows users to automatically upload and backup images and video. AT&T Locker, which competes with Dropbox and other online backup services, includes 5GB of free storage with upgrades to 30 or 100GB available.
AT&T Locker provides users the ability to upload images and video to secure online storage and quickly share on Facebook, MySpace, Twitter or e-mail. Users can create and customize albums for photos and video on the device or online from a laptop or home computer. Customers can also store music and other files in their AT&T Locker storage. The app is compatible back to iPhone 3GS.

Users can make sure they never lose a photo again with Easy Upload feature, which allows you to automatically upload the photos on your device to the AT&T Cloud. With AT&T Locker, users can choose to upload new photos and video via Wi-Fi, wireless or both. Customers can manage those photos and share them through the app on the smartphone or on the AT&T Locker web page. AT&T plans to incorporate additional features in future versions of AT&T Locker.
AT&T Locker is available for free on the App Store. [Direct Link]

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Posted: 26 months ago
In other news, AT&T chooses to block iOS users from using Dropbox or Google Drive On 3G unless the have a family share plan.
Rating: 9 Votes
Posted: 26 months ago
I have a feeling this is going to be a fail
Rating: 4 Votes
Posted: 26 months ago
Super weak. :rolleyes:

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Why bother?
Rating: 3 Votes
Posted: 26 months ago

Ummmm ... don't we already have that? It is called Photostream and if you are really wanting your videos, that's called Dropbox. I'm confused on why I'd need yet another service ...


Are you confused often? You don't need another service. They are not forcing you. You can use what you currently have. If you feel this service is better, then you have the option to switch. Heaven forbid we have options in life.
Rating: 2 Votes
Posted: 26 months ago
Dear AT&T,
Just work on improving your cellular/data network.
No need wasting resources on yet another substandard service.
Rating: 2 Votes
Posted: 26 months ago
I think the main thing to know about this service is whether AT&T will automatically charge you for extra storage if you fill it up past the free amount. They could easily do that, of course, since they have your billing info, unlike Dropbox, who needs to ask for your credit card.
Rating: 2 Votes
Posted: 26 months ago
Ummmm ... don't we already have that? It is called Photostream and if you are really wanting your videos, that's called Dropbox. I'm confused on why I'd need yet another service ...
Rating: 1 Votes
Posted: 26 months ago

I have 2-3 hours worth of commuting each weekday, listening to iHeartRadio is how I keep myself... entertained, to say the least


I use this device called an iPod. It has better sound quality than streaming radio, and doesn't use any data allowance. Just start with a Smart Playlist running on shuffle.



Might need to make some adjustments given the length of your commute.
Rating: 1 Votes
Posted: 26 months ago
You know what would make this worthwhile? AT&T allowing you to transfer data to/from this service to your mobile device without it being reflected in your "cap."

Imagine using this to store movies and stream them, not hurting your data limit.

Nah, too forward thinking here.
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Posted: 26 months ago

You know what would make this worthwhile? AT&T allowing you to transfer data to/from this service to your mobile device without it being reflected in your "cap."

Imagine using this to store movies and stream them, not hurting your data limit.

Nah, too forward thinking here.


But then how would they rip you off by charging you for going over your data allotment. That wouldn't make them a bit more money while pissing off most of their customers, so obviously that idea is not for AT$T.
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