For many users, QuickPic was the main image gallery app on their Android for a long time, at least until Google finally opted to remove everything related to Google Plus from its native tool. Even still, after being acquired by Cheetah Mobile (owners of the popular Clean Master and CM Browser, among others), the app has seen big improvements in form of new features, with one of the most talked-about being the option to receive more than 1000 gigabytes of cloud storage for your images for free through the CM Cloud service.
To get this space, go to the registration menu on CM Cloud via the pull-out menu. If you add your email address and password you’ll automatically get 2GB of space on your account. To get those juicy 1000 gig you’ll need to invite another friend to register on the service. If she does, you’ll both instantly get the extra space for free. In fact, that amount will be added to what you already have, leaving you with the far from negligible amount of 1002GB to upload photos and videos.
As for the rest, the application is as good as ever, with a mosaic system for viewing folders that’s very similar to other tools of this sort and the advantage of allowing users to associate all sorts of external services to use them from QuickPic, be they images on Google Drive, DropBox, OneDrive, or Flickr, among others. It also boasts special features like a quick mode for sending photos to devices connected to the same WiFi network and greater storage space available through its subscription plans.