6 comments

  • Jim SilvermanJim Silverman, almost 2 years ago

    On the home page: "Air lets you record and store unlimited video in the cloud."

    ...but on the pricing page: "Unlimited in-app recording, 100 GB of import from desktop, Dropbox and iCloud"

    Seems like storage is limited, with a max tier of 1000gb. This is significantly more expensive than Google Photos, how does Air differentiate?

    1 point
    • Shane Hegde, almost 2 years ago

      Thanks for the reply Jim!

      Couple thoughts:

      • Quality: We provide users with unlimited in app recording in 4K Ultra HD and never compress your videos. Google photos provides unlimited recording as well, but their max resolution is 1080 and they force you to pay for Google Drive if you want to preserve the original quality of your videos.

      • Speed: Air was designed and architected for an optimized video first experience. We transcode all of your videos and they adaptively stream to you no matter your bandwidth environment. Given this, we beat Google photos in any playback speed test. We've also built a dynamic synchronization tool so that upload is automatic and an afterthought. There's no extra work or double counting of your files.

      • Price: Google Drive, Dropbox, and iCloud all charge for storage. You are definitely correct in that our prices are slightly higher, but we only charge for storage outside of in app recording and our users pay up for the premium video experience that we provide.

      • Privacy: We never expose your information to third party companies or developers. When you sign up for Air, you’re trusting us with your information but no one else. Unlike Google... which owns 37% of the digital advertising market.

      2 points
  • M. AppelmanM. Appelman, almost 2 years ago

    Where's the Design News in this?

    0 points