The Photos app includes tools like albums and tags to help you organize your photo library. But if you like, you can skip that and just use built-in features that automatically group your photos by dates, locations, people or objects.Watch Gary from MacMost explain how here...
We had a question in our Wednesday night meeting about how to find your Apple Photos that are not in an album.
Here is how:
There’s a good chance you are already backing up your photos and video from your iPhone through iCloud, Google Photos, or another service and that’s great, but I’m also sure you probably have a parent or sibling that isn’t, especially if they’ve already filled up their free allotted iCloud storage. It’s easy with Google Photos to get free protection from losing all your photos if your phone gets lost, stolen, or broken. [start with the YouTube video]
As one of the most used apps on iOS, it is no surprise that Apple takes a good look at it on a yearly basis. Once more, there is a fair amount of substantial changes coming to both the Camera and Photos app for iPhones and iPads.
A couple dropped in to our Monday night Help session last night and had a question about getting pictures from their iPhones onto their Windows PC. I confess — it has been so long since I used Windows (stopped when v8 came out) that I didn’t even realize there was a Photos app now!
The reality of our device-rich world is this: you’ll sometimes have a phone or tablet that isn’t the same make as your computer. The horror! To make matters worse, you have photos on your iPhone or iPad that you want transfered over to your Windows 10 PC. If you’re already using OneDrive on your iOS device, here’s how to sync your photos folder with your PC. Otherwise, here are a few other simple methods that will get your photos where you want them.