Ars Technica: Stingle is a privacy-focused open source photo backup application
Ars Technica: Stingle is a privacy-focused open source photo backup application. “With Google Photos killing off its Unlimited photo backup policy last November, the market for photo backup and sync applications opened up considerably. We reviewed one strong contender—Amazon Photos—in January, and freelancer Alex Kretzschmar walked us through several self-hosted alternatives in June. Today, we’re looking at a new contender—Stingle Photos—which splits the difference, offering a FOSS mobile application that syncs to a managed cloud.” If you’re interested in the nuances and potential problems with a service like this, Ars Technica is one of the few sites online that generally has an interesting and useful comments section.