"How can I delete photos in bulk from my iPad or iPhone without having to tap on every single photo that I want to delete!"
If you have thousands of photos on your device (like I do), it is not really practical to use the Photos app to delete each and every one by tapping on it!
Well, if you have a Mac computer, this bulk deletion can be achieved really quickly and easily. Click here to access our Handy Hint that tells you all about this.
Do you have a Windows computer and want to know how to delete photos in bulk from your i-Device using this computer?
We will cover how to do this on your Windows computer in our newsletter in a few weeks - but if you can't wait until then, click here to view this video for a very small cost. If you are not already a subscriber, click here to subscribe!
Or perhaps you don't have a computer at all but want to quickly remove ALL photos from your iPhone or iPad.
Find out about a feature that allows you to do this if you are still on iOS 6 - hopefully this feature will be re-incorporated in iOS 7 very soon! Click here for more details of this video.
Or do you just want to know how to delete a few or individual photos from your i-Device?
We have now published a collection of small videos about managing photos on your iPad and iPhone - deleting unwanted photos, how to put photos in albums and how to manage those albums. Click here to visit this page on our website.
Have you noticed that iOS 7 no longer has that lovely Digital Photo Frame feature on the lock screen?
I wanted to use this feature the other day, and found it was no longer there! Drat.
It's disappointing that Apple has removed this feature that many families and senior came to love. Hopefully it will return one day soon!
Now I know I am going to sound like a real Geek, but I have to tell you about my favourite App, Evernote!
I find more and more reasons to love it every day.
I store EVERYTHING in it - interesting articles, notes about my business, links to interesting website, my travel plans, to do lists, etc etc.
I can access it and update it on my iPhone, iPad, computer and even my Android device (yes, I do have one!).
And here's the latest thing that I have fallen in love with! I now store all my receipts for my business expenses in Evernote.
When a new receipt comes along, I just take a photo of it from within my Receipts Note (one per tax year), and the receipt's image is added to the list of images of receipts in that note.
Then I don't have to worry about facing those fading receipts that I can't read by the end of the tax year! I just go to the year's 'Receipts' Note in Evernote, and there it is in its original glory!
And the BEST thing is that that I can use the Evernote Search feature to find these receipts later - Evernote is able to make out the text in the receipt photos, and then allow me to search on any of that text. So if I'm looking for a JB HiFi receipt, I just type in that phrase in the Search field!!
If you are interested in attending a session to learn more about great tools like Evernote (including Dropbox), email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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