Now that the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are out, and now that we have 12mp pictures, 4k 30fps video, and Live Photos, we're in an age of multiple large files for both video and pictures. BUT WHERE DO YOU STORE THEM ONLINE. I'm not going to beat around the bush and I'll just ignore multi-place back-up practices like external hard drive and online specific file lockers, what I'm wondering is: what's the best service (for now) to host and store your photos and videos from your phones? There's iCloud Drive and iCloud Photo Library, that while they may not offer the most GB storage space per buck, they do offer native storage for any new photo and video files like Live Photos. Microsoft's OneDrive is aiming to be the place to store any and all files and has many incentives to rack up free space. Amazon Cloud Drive has $60 unlimited everything a year AND being an Amazon Prime user ($99 a year) nets you Unlimited Photo storage albeit at the cost of a some simple UI interface. There's Box and Dropbox. And my personal favorite, Google Photos, with their Assistant Collections that makes gifs, stories, and movies from your pictures and video files.