PicBackMan is the fastest and easiest app to move or transfer your photos and videos from Flickr to pCloud. And it’s free to start.
"Your pictures are scattered. PicBackMan helps you bring order to your digital memories."
Have a question? Simply email us at email@example.com.
Great tool. I backed up tens of thousands of photos and dozens of videos to my online account in my 1st couple of months using PicBackMan.
PicBackMan is fantastic. I wanted to backup 100+ gigs worth of original sized photos & after trying many many tools, only PickBacMan worked & flawlessly.
Download PicBackMan for your Mac or Windows and set it up - takes just 60 seconds. Create your account and you are ready to start transferring your photos from Flickr to pCloud. PicBackMan is free to start and you can upgrade to paid versions if and when required.
Then sit back and see the migration of your photos and videos from source account to destination happening right in front of you - the status bar shows you the activity and counts. For large migrations it does take time so you can let it happen and go about your other tasks. PicBackMan doesn’t need monitoring at all.
Do you have a very large collection of photos to transfer from Flickr to pCloud? Do you need specialized help to setup, track and ensure a complete and loss-less migration? Then simply hit the “Migrate with MigrateMan” button to initiate a request to migrate with our Migrate Concierge service.
That’s it. Start here by downloading PicBackMan. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If behind the camera is where you belong, your incredible collection of photographs on Flickr will surely run into thousands. If you don’t create a proper back-up for these personal memories, you may run the risk of losing them permanently. So, if you are looking at an easy-to-use tool to whisk them onto pCloud, your search ends with PicBackMan.
Migrate your precious memories in bulk, within minutes. The best part is that you can do it from anywhere — your PC, Mac, Android or iPhone.
PicBackMan runs in the background, and backs up all your photos and/or videos in bulk. Apart from saving you the many tedious hours in trying to migrate these files, it does its work seamlessly while you are working on something else.
While you migrate photos from Flickr to pCloud, you don't have to worry about your images getting compressed on upload. Your precious moments that you have captured are preserved the way they happened.
pCloud storage and backup solution has the highest possible levels of encryption, and is the best place to store multiple file formats. You can see thumbnails and previews of most RAW files on pCloud. Apart from photos, you can even migrate your videos.
PicBackMan monitors new photos for backup and ensures that there are no duplicates. So, go ahead and download the app.
Create a free PicBackMan account. Choose your Flickr account — from where you want to migrate the photos — and, then, pCloud — where you want to migrate your photos. Click ‘migrate’, and you’re done.
pCloud allows you to store photos, videos, audiobooks and more. You can access your files anywhere. It’s the easiest way to keep your files synced across devices.
With PicBackMan’s ‘free forever’ plan, you can upload 500 photos and 10 videos, migrate 500 files & dedupe 500 files every month. There are paid plans, too, if you want to migrate unlimited photos. You can upgrade to the yearly plan that costs $99, or the one-time plan, for which you’d have to shell out $129.
pCloud has taken security a notch higher with its client-side encryption service called pCloud Crypto. This gives the client — you — the encryption power, which means the key for decryption is only available with you, not pCloud.
pCloud offers lifetime storage subscription plans. It has two plans — premium and premium plus. For the premium plan, you make a one-time payment of $175 and get 500GB of storage space. The premium plus plan costs $350 for 2TB of storage space.
pCloud comes with a host of features, such as file management, encryption, security and synchronization among others.