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Wheatland EMT Calc

Wheatland EMT Calc

By JMC Steel Group, Inc.

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The free Wheatland Tube EMT Calc savings calculator will help you figure just how much you can save on 20ft conduit!

reduce material costs using longer steel tube sections

This app goes with you on Android or iOS. Save money on materials, that’s just smart!

For long runs, 20′ conduit is the smart choice. Prove it to yourself with our free 20′ savings calculator!

Wheatland 20′ steel conduit takes half the time to couple compared to 10′. With 50% fewer couplings, it’s the smart choice for warehouses, big-box retail, airports, data centers and other long-run applications. Now you can use our free savings calculator on your smart phone to figure just how much you can save. It’s a powerful tool to help you win more jobs, and greater profits.

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Amazon Cloud Drive Photo updated

I use the Amazon cloud drive – don’t you?  Just announced the photo save app was updated.

amazon cloud drive photos

With all the cloud storage options available it’s easy to forget about one or two of them from time to time, and Amazon is trying to remind everyone that it has a cloud storage service with a huge update to the Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app.

The newest update to Amazon Cloud Drive Photos bumps the app from version 1.9 all the way to version 3.0 to show just how much has changed. The app features a completely redesigned photo viewing experience, which the changelog says will “bring enjoyment back to viewing photos and videos on the go.”

The new version of the app has a simpler navigation that follows some standard Android guidelines like the left-side settings panel. That panel also includes a new status bar to show you the status of you automatic and manual uploads, though it’s hard to imagine why Amazon didn’t include a status bar in older versions of the app. Amazon also improved the sorting in the app, letting you put videos into their own folder and sort photos and videos by date and name.

Of course, Amazon Cloud Drive Photos still automatically uploads your photos and videos to the cloud service. Amazon offers 5GB of storage for free, which isn’t a whole lot compared to Google Drive (offers 15GB), but still not bad if you mainly use it for photos.

Amazon Cloud Drive Photos still looks closer to Amazon’s Kindle Fire OS than stock Android, but that’s to be expected. At least the company has a signature style for all of its apps that it sticks to.

Have you tried Amazon Cloud Drive Photos? Or do you use a different cloud service to back up your photos?

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