How to Put Photos on Your iPhone Without iTunes

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More than likely, you have a ton of photos that you want to put onto your iPhone so that you can show friends and family pictures of your new baby. Here’s how to do it without using iTunes. iTunes isn’t terrible by any means, but it does slow down the process of putting photos on […]

How to Change the Image Gallery on Your Nexus 6

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Google’s brand new Nexus 6 smartphone has only been available for a few weeks, but with more carriers offering the smartphone and stock arriving on Google Play, the device is finally making it into the hands of eager buyers. Now that the Nexus 6 release is moving a long and becoming more readily available, we’ve […]

How to Edit Photos in iOS 8

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Both the iPhone and iPad are turning into excellent point-and-shoot camera killers, and Apple has kept improving the camera modules in its iOS devices with every new model, but what do you do with all of those photos that you took on your iPhone or iPad? You’ll probably transfer them to your computer in order […]

Free Up Space on iOS 8, Clear the Recently Deleted Folder

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We’ve already discussed several ways on how you can free up storage space on your iPhone or iPad, but in iOS 8, there’s a new feature that can gobble up storage space without you really knowing. Apple removed the Camera Roll in iOS 8, and users were rightfully upset by this, as it was replaced […]

Nexus 6 & Nexus 9 Photos & Details

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Both Google’s brand new Nexus 6 smartphone and Nexus 9 tablet running the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop will be released in November, starting with the Nexus 9 on November 3rd. Now that both devices have been announced, pre-orders open from select retailers and the Google Play Store, we figured a few pictured and details about […]

How to Turn Off Location Data for iOS 8 Photos

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If you don’t want your location data saved on your photos that you take with your iPhone or iPad in iOS 8, here’s how to disable the feature. Every photo that you take with any camera comes with what’s called EXIF data, which consists of the settings used for taking the photo (shutter speed, aperture, […]

How to Turn On and Use iCloud Photo library

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iOS already has a feature called Photo Stream, which takes your photos that you capture with one of your iOS devices and syncs them across your other iOS devices, including an Apple TV if you have one. However, a new feature called iCloud Photo Library looks to take that to the next level. Here’s how […]

How to Send Photos & Videos in iOS 8 Messages

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iOS 8 is out in full force and there are a ton of new features that users can enjoy with the new update. Perhaps the biggest new feature for texters are the improvements to the Messages app. The Messages app in iOS 8 remains largely unchanged compared to iOS 7, but there are a few […]

How to Use Cycloramic with the iPhone 6

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Panorama photos are a great way to get a sense of the shear size of the landscape or environment that you’re looking at, even if you can’t be there live. While Apple has its own panorama feature in the iOS Camera app, there’s only been one app that takes panoramic photos hands-free. The app is […]

How to Recover Deleted Photos in iOS 8

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If you accidentally deleted some photos off of your iPhone or iPad running iOS 8, it’s now easier than ever to recover them, and frankly, iOS 8 marks the first time that iOS users can actually recover deleted photos without restoring from a backup. iOS 8 launched to the public last month with a handful […]

How to Permanently Delete Photos in iOS 8

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iOS 8 launched to the public last month with a handful of new features, but with that comes some changes that many users probably don’t like. One of those changes involves how photos are deleted from an iPhone or iPad. The Photos app on iOS 8 now comes with a Recently Deleted folder, which is […]

iPhone 6 Camera Comparison Shows How Far We’ve Come

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It really doesn’t need to be said that the iPhone’s camera has improved over the years since the original iPhone debuted in 2007, but how much better has the camera gotten exactly? The latest iPhone camera comparison shows us just how much. Tap Tap Tap, the developer studio behind the popular iPhone camera app Camera+, […]

iOS 8 Camera Roll: Scares Users, Breaks Apps

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There is no iOS 8 Camera Roll, leading to users thinking the iOS 8 update deleted thousands of their photos. Your photos are safe, just in a new place. Even though Apple did not delete your photos, there is no Camera Roll in iOS 8. This means you need to look in a new place […]

How to Take Perfect Photos for Twitter on iPhone

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If you want to get the most out of Twitter, taking the best possible photos is one big step to ensure that your followers stick around. Twitter has put a lot of emphasis lately on making photos the forefront of the Twitter experience, but there’s one glaring problem with the way that the social media […]

Say Goodbye to Aperture and iPhoto in OS X Yosemite

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Digital photography may be an easier way for shutterbugs to more easily save their photo memories forever, but that doesn’t mean the tools they use to store and edit them will always be around. In a statement to noted Apple enthusiast Jim Dalrymple, and then others, Apple has announced it will be ceasing development for its […]

HTC One M8 Camera Tips to Improve Your Photos

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The HTC One M8 camera leaves some people wanting, but follow these tips and smartphone photographers can still take great shots with the 4MP Ultrapixel HTC One M8 camera on this terrific Android phone. Take a look at the tips below to figure out how to get the most out of the HTC One M8 […]

How to Do More with Your iOS 7 Camera

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Much like every other app in iOS 7, the Camera app received a big makeover in the latest update, coming with a ton of new features. Of course, you probably already have enough knowledge to take a decent photo with your iPhone or iPad, but you may not be using the camera to its full […]

Instagram Direct Unveiled for Sharing Photos with Specific Users

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Instagram is upping its game today with a new feature called Instagram Direct. Essentially, it allows users to share photos with specific users, whether it’d be a group of friends or a few of your family members. It’s basically like Snapchat, except the photos will be kept and not deleted after a few seconds. While […]

How to Edit Photos in iOS 7

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Both the iPhone and iPad are turning into excellent point-and-shoot camera killers, and Apple has kept improving the camera modules in its iOS devices with every new model, but what do you do with those photos that you took on your iPhone or iPad? You’ll probably transfer them to your computer in order to edit […]

How to Turn Off Location Data for Photos in iOS 7

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Every photo that you take with any camera comes with what’s called EXIF data, which consists of the settings used for taking the photo (shutter speed, aperture, etc), as well as the date and time the photo was taken. Furthermore, if your camera has GPS built-in, it has the ability to store the location of […]