Access All Your Photos

PhotoMap is far more than just a local photo gallery for Android. It enables you to access photos that are stored on your local device, on sd cards, on network drives (e.g. shared Windows directories or network attached storages), or on cloud storages (e.g. Dropbox, Google Drive, or Microsoft OneDrive).

This gives you full flexibility where to store your photos. How about storing all family pictures on a local network drive at home? Wouldn’t it be the safest place for all your private memories?


Add local directories, sd cards, network drives, and cloud storages in the settings of PhotoMap.

The latest photos are usually saved on your smartphone or on a camera. You can upload them to a cloud storage such as Dropbox, Google Drive, or Microsoft OneDrive to free memory on your device, or to be able to access them from other Android, Windows, or iOS devices.

PhotoMap must not be the only photo app you are using. It wants to give you as much flexibility as you need. Give it a try!


Let PhotoMap rescan a connected storage by tapping on it in the left navigation drawer.

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9 Responses

  1. Konrad says:

    What exactly I have to enter to get access from photoMap to my network drive (NAS).
    Please advice

  2. Antonio says:

    Can I incorporate the photographs I have in Google photos?

    • Ludger says:

      It depends on where they are stored. PhotoMap can access photos on local storage, sd card and Google Drive. It can’t access photos stored only in the Google Photos specific cloud storage.

  3. Winnie says:

    Fotos vom Onedrive werden nicht angezeigt. Obwohl der Online-Speicher verbunden ist. Bitte um Hilfe

  4. Dylan says:

    How to sync Google photo?

  1. March 14, 2017

    […] Please activate the scan notifications in the settings of EagleEye/PhotoMap and start a rescan, e.g. by tapping on the corresponding refresh icon in the left navigation drawer on the main page. Error messages should now be displayed as notifications in the status bar of your Android device. Please also have a look here and here. […]

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