FAQ

1. Will this retrieve photos from iCloud automatically?

Fotofami will retrieve photos from iCloud if you have switched on ‘iCloud Photo Library’ in Settings.

2. Can I transfer photos from Fotofami to my computer?

Yes, you can transfer photos from Fotofami to PC/Mac.  (Releasing in April 2018)

3. Does Fotofami compress my photos/videos?

No, it doesn’t.  Fotofami stores photos and videos preserving their original quality.

4. What if I lose my Fotofami?

If you, unfortunately, lose your Fotofami, you will lose all data in it. However, your photos and videos in Fotofami remain safe even a stranger gets it since they are encrypted.

5. Is there a battery in Fotofami? Do I need to charge it before use?

No, there is no battery in Fotofami. Just plug it into an iPhone/iPad, then it’ll work.

6. You said it's driven by A.I. Does it upload my photos?

No, Fotofami does NOT upload users photos. Face recognition is done locally.

7. Is there a way to make sure everything was transferred to this device before I completely delete all items from my iPhone?

The app compares all items one by on between iPhone and Fotofami device, on criteria as time and size. It will make sure they are 100% identical before prompting users to free up their iPhone space by deleting the copies in iPhone.

However, even after you press delete, the deleted pics are still in your iPhone camera roll trash box, namely “Recently deleted”.  You can review them with the ones in Fotofami Timeline to make sure they are already transferred.

8. How is this any better then Google Drive or a simple usb flash drive?


Comparing to Google Drive,
1) You store your photos in your hand, not in the public cloud;
2) Fotofami has the same face recognition AI technology that helps you organize photos easily. But it doesn't upload nor use your personal data, which Google Drive does.


As for USB drives, they are not intelligent. Fotofami can organize the photos by faces and events for you automatically!
Moreover, Fotofami is safe. It's encrypted, and you can put it in a secure place to ensure no one can have it.