QuickPic not want to lose users and offers 1,000 GB of cloud storage

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A few days ago we gave one of those stories that no one likes to give . QuickPic, gallery application that we loved everyone because of its speed, lightness and great performance, it was bought by Cheetah Mobile, owners Clean Master.

The news did not sit well. Cheetah Mobile is famous for filling of “extras annoying” to their applications, and much publicity. Therefore, it was thought that QuickPic follow the same path and would lose all the charm that has always had. For now, be honest, it has not yet been large negative changes in QuickPic, and also in order to calm the mood, the boys of Cheetah Mobile offer 1,000 GB of cloud storage to all users of the popular gallery application .

But not all good news. We must create ourselves an account at Cheetah Mobile from the application itself first step surely more than one will take back as we give our personal information to a company that has never stood out for their privacy. Thus we receive the cloud storage in a completely “free” -a expense of our information-storage it will be expandable via a system of invitations.

On the other hand, some users report the emergence of a new background process of QuickPic , a process that was not there before. We assume it will be something related to cloud sync, but keep that in mind. Nor can we forget that the new update QuickPic ask us a new license , and finally no longer called QuickPic well, but CM QuickPic, making it clear who the new owners.

personally QuickPic lost all the charm when he left his independence . The grace of this application is that it was just a gallery, no weird stuff or complex functions. It served to what served, and did well flatly. 1,000 GB may be a good claim, but having so many applications and cloud services like Dropbox, Google Drive onedrive or, rather give my data to these companies not to Cheetah Mobile. Although everyone does what he wants.

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