How Much Does iMemories Cost?


Written by:  Howmuchisit.org Staff
Last Updated:  August 13, 2018

iMemories, the easiest way to digitize your home movies and photos, will turn all of your home movies and photos into a digital format so that you can easily view, share and enjoy them on modern-day devices.

How much does iMemories cost?

The official website does note the prices are greatly dependent upon which services you’re looking to sign up for.  The iMemories Cloud, for instance, which includes unlimited storage and all features included would cost $5.99 a month, whereas an annual subscription would cost $49.99.  The fine print does note, however, that a Cloud subscription will not required for the analog-to-digital conversion service.

The FAQ does note that you can take advantage of a 30-day free trial to test out the service.

As for the analog-to-digital service, as a separate and optional one-time service, the costs, again, will depend on which service you need.  Converting a videotape to digital would cost $12.99 per tape, whereas a movie film would cost $12.99 per 50 feet of film.  Photos to digital, on the other hand, will cost $0.490 per photo, image or slide and is available for analog-to-digital only.

Aside from these pricing options, the company also offers additional options such as $9.99 DVDs, $14.99 Blu-ray options and add-ons such as a SafeShip kit ($14.99 or $39.99), portable hard drive transport ($99.99 or $149.99 depending on size), flash drive transport ($19.99, $29.99 or $39.99 depending on flash drive size), and videotape repair options ($24.99 per tape).

All of these prices are as accurate as of this publishing in 2018 and are subject to change due to price increases or even promotions/limited-time offers.  For more information on the official pricing and up-to-date information, refer to the official company’s website at imemories.com.

What’s included in the price?

Media viewing: Regardless of what type of media is being digitized, the company will add all of your videos and photos inside of your iMemories account, where you view everything in one place.  The company notes that the app, if viewing from your smartphone, was designed specifically to view both videos and photos in a thumbnail-like format to make it easier to find.  Regardless of how your media was converted, videos will look sharp, colorful and full of detail.  Media can be viewed on any screen.

Organization: Inside of your account, you will also be able to label and organize any media present, allowing you to create albums and sort by either date, event, by a person/s or a combination of the three.

Sharing privileges:  Sharing abilities are also available, allowing you to share any media privately, either view email, text, Facebook or Twitter.  Members are also able to password protect these files and revoke privileges from those in the past if need be.

Download any media: All files are downloadable, either via an individual file or as an album.

Editing privileges:  Editing software, built into your account, allows you to trim your video or even split the longer videos into two new clips, for example.

Convert to DVD or Blu-ray:  With a few clicks, the company also notes you can convert your media onto either a DVD or Blu-ray disc for an additional fee, as mentioned above.

Unlimited cloud storage:  Members receive unlimited cloud storage with no limits as to how much you upload.

SOURCE:  Official company features sub-page

iMemories reviews – what are people saying?

The company’s BBB page had a D- rating, with 13 positive and nine negative reviews at the time of this publishing.  From what we could gather, the positive reviewers talked highly about the process, the low prices and the unlimited storage access with a paid account; however, the negative reviewers hated the amount of emails the company sent and the deceptive pricing practices as some noted you had to pay an additional fee for shipping.

The app on the Google Play store had a four out of five star rating with 82 reviews, while the iTunes store had a 3.0 out of 5.0 rating, with 13 ratings.

They also had a Yelp page, but with only three reviews, it had a four out of five rating, with all of the reviewers quite pleased with the process and happy with the customer service.

sitejabber.com gave the company a two out of five-star rating based on 11 reviews.  While mostly negative here, some complained the company would not work with their media due to copyright purposes, while others felt the prices were not fair for what they received in return.

Tips to know

Supported formats include VHS, VHS-C, Betamax, 8mm, MiniDV, Super 8, 8mm and 16mm.


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