Monday’s crash of Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, and other Facebook-owned properties was yet another wake-up call for individuals and organizations around the world. The outage’s impacts included communication breakdowns, massive financial losses, and social sign-on failures. (The adage “Never put all your eggs in one basket” proves sage advice again.) Our team wondered about the photos people have shared over the years. Are your Facebook photos backed up in a safe place where you’ll always be able to access them, no matter what?
If not yet, no worries. It’s quick and easy to export your Facebook photos and preserve them with Mylio. Our photo management app works with Apple, Windows, and Android devices.
To learn how to get started, watch this short video. Or, get step-by-step instructions.
Never lose a photo.
Helping people preserve a lifetime of memories is Mylio’s mission. (Okay, it’s our obsession.)
As a top-rated photo organization and storage app, Mylio values your data privacy. Our app makes it simple to organize, sync, and backup your photos privately on your own devices. We regularly share education and concerns about Google Photos, cloud vulnerabilities, and even privacy-conscious Apple. For instance, a bug in the recent iOS 15 update is causing some iPhone users to lose their photos.
It’s clear that our daily lives are increasingly dependent on vulnerable technologies and the cloud. So it’s wise to take precautions to protect and save things that you value most, like your photos and videos.
Export your Facebook photos – and take control of your photo collection
Mylio is committed to continuously developing new and simpler ways to backup and preserve every single photo, including proprietary tools to export your Facebook photos and Google Photos. Our innovative app also guides you through setting up a reliable sync and backup system — with or without the cloud. And you’ll love our intuitive photo editing and photo organizing tools.
If you have a lot of photos that you care about, why not download and try the Mylio app for free today?
Susan Enfield is a Boulder, Colorado-based writer who covers healthy lifestyle, outdoors, food, and travel. She first fell for photography in the darkroom developing shots from a Nikon F-50 and has now happily surrendered to the ease of her iPhone 11.