If getting discounts, next-day deliveries, and a video service isn’t enough for you to pay for Amazon’s Prime subscription, maybe the company’s new Prime feature might buy you over. Amazon is throwing in Prime Photos in the mix for Prime subscribers to store unlimited photos that can viewed across iOS, Android, the web, and Amazon Fire devices. Select smart TVs from Samsung and LG, apps for the PlayStation 4, PS3, as well: Amazon’s Fire TV (and new Fire TV Stick) can browse your Prime Photos library on the TV. You don’t have to worry about the image quality as photos are primarily stored in its original state, even your RAW files are also supported. Just as the name implies ‘Prime Photos’, that’s all you can store, no videos supported. If you are already an Amazon Prime subscriber, you can give the extra perk a try now.