How to view the GPS coordinates for photos on iPhone

Want to get the GPS coordinates for photos on your iPhone? It’s easier than you think and in this article we’ll show you how to do it.

Do you want to get the GPS coordinates of photos on your iPhone? As long as you enabled the location setting for your camera app, then viewing those longitude and latitude points is simple with a free app.

After trying some of these free metadata viewing apps, this tutorial will show you how to view the GPS coordinates of iPhone photos with a few of them.... Read the rest of this post here


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MacX MediaTrans — a fast and secure iTunes alternative to transfer iPhone music, photos, videos & more [sponsored]

This feature-packed iTunes alternative helps you transfer videos, music, photos and more between your iPhone or iPad and a Mac or Windows PC. You can transfer files selectively rather than waste your time syncing everything, as well as clean up storage space so you can take more photos and install additional apps.


Did you just get your brand spanking new iPhone XS? Are you wondering how to transfer your media, like photos, videos, music, books and more, from your old to your new phone? Perhaps you’re contemplating upgrading to iOS 12 and setting up your device as new in order to get rid of all the cruft that has accumulated over the years? What you need is a capable iTunes alternative that gives you full control over your iOS data.... Read the rest of this post here


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MacX MediaTrans — a fast and secure iTunes alternative to transfer iPhone music, photos, videos & more [sponsored]

This feature-packed iTunes alternative helps you transfer videos, music, photos and more between your iPhone or iPad and a Mac or Windows PC. You can transfer files selectively rather than waste your time syncing everything, as well as clean up storage space so you can take more photos and install additional apps.


Did you just get your brand spanking new iPhone XS? Are you wondering how to transfer your media, like photos, videos, music, books and more, from your old to your new phone? Perhaps you’re contemplating upgrading to iOS 12 and setting up your device as new in order to get rid of all the cruft that has accumulated over the years? What you need is a capable iTunes alternative that gives you full control over your iOS data.... Read the rest of this post here


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New Facebook feature lets you see Portrait shots in 3D like you’re looking through a window

Taking advantage of dual-lens smartphone cameras that capture the distance between the subject in the foreground and the background, Facebook’s new 3D photos feature brings your Portrait scenes to life with 3D-like parallax movement.

Facebook yesterday announced a new imaging feature which takes advantage of depth information between the foreground subject and the background to bring simulated 3D perspective to your Portrait mode photos, creating a feeling similar to iOS’s parallax effect where your Home screen wallpaper moves or shifts slightly as you tilt your iPhone.... Read the rest of this post here


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New Facebook feature lets you see Portrait shots in 3D like you’re looking through a window

Taking advantage of dual-lens smartphone cameras that capture the distance between the subject in the foreground and the background, Facebook’s new 3D photos feature brings your Portrait scenes to life with 3D-like parallax movement.

Facebook yesterday announced a new imaging feature which takes advantage of depth information between the foreground subject and the background to bring simulated 3D perspective to your Portrait mode photos, creating a feeling similar to iOS’s parallax effect where your Home screen wallpaper moves or shifts slightly as you tilt your iPhone.... Read the rest of this post here


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Google Photos for iOS picks up iTunes Smart Playlist-like Live Album functionality

With Live Albums in your Google Photos, you just pick specific people and pets to have the app automatically add new photos of them as you take them.

Live Albums, available in the just-released version 4.3 update to Google Photos for iPhone and iPad, is a cool new feature that lets you choose the specific people and pets you’d like to see and then have the app automatically add new photos of them as you take them.... Read the rest of this post here


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Gif2Ani V2 lets you set animated GIF images as your respring screen

If you’ve ever wanted to customize your respring screen with a custom GIF image, then Gif2Ani V2 is the jailbreak tweak you’ve been looking for.

Anyone with a jailbroken device should know very well what the respring screen looks like. Depending on the version of iOS you’ve pwned, it might display the Apple logo or merely a black background with a white loading circle.

If you’re looking for a way to customize the respring screen, then a free jailbreak tweak called Gif2Ani V2 by iOS developers MightnightChips and Wizages is a great place to start.... Read the rest of this post here


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Instagram to use machine learning to limit cyber-bullying

Instagram has announced new anti-cyber-bullying measures that use machine learning to detect inappropriate content. The new features are rolling out now.

Instagram has announced new anti-cyber-bullying measures that use machine learning to detect inappropriate content. The new technology begins rolling out today, Oct. 9 across its social network.... Read the rest of this post here


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Google Photos adds ‘Live Albums’ an automated way of sharing people, pet photos with anyone

Just ahead of today’s Google’s hardware event, the company has quietly rolled out an update to its Google Photos application which introduces a new, automated way of organizing and sharing photos: Live Albums. According to the app’s “What’s New” description, Live Albums appear to be a spin-off from partner sharing, introduced last year. But instead […]

Just ahead of today’s Google’s hardware event, the company has quietly rolled out an update to its Google Photos application which introduces a new, automated way of organizing and sharing photos: Live Albums. According to the app’s “What’s New” description, Live Albums appear to be a spin-off from partner sharing, introduced last year. But instead of automating sharing of a set of photos – like those of a child – between just two people, Live Albums allow you to automate the sharing of people and pet photos with anyone you choose.

For example, the feature could be used to share photos of your children with your extended family, instead of just a spouse. You could also specify certain, close friends who would always receive the photos you took together.

Easy, collaborative photo sharing has been something of a holy grail for photo apps for years. It’s been the basis of numerous startups including Bump, whose founder David Lieb now leads Google Photos, Fabric, Batch, Color, Cluster, and many more. Facebook Moments also tries to make collaborative photo sharing easier.

But automation using A.I. technologies and facial recognition is a next step, and one that makes Google Photos an even more compelling app.

In practice, it means that you wouldn’t have to manually share photos with certain people ever again – you can just set up a Live Album once, and then allow the automation to take over.

The feature was previously spotted in testing, in an APK breakdown done by Android Police last month. However, today’s iOS app update text indicates it’s now rolling out to a broader set of users.

That may be a staged rollout, though, as not everyone has access to the feature at this time. It’s also not currently mentioned in the update text of the Android version, but Google keeps its cross-platform apps in parity, with few delays.

Here’s the full text of the change, per the App Store description:

Introducing Live Albums, an easier way to share with loved ones. Select the people and pets you want to see and Google Photos will automatically add photos of them as you take them. Now your family and friends will always see the latest photos, no manual updates needed.

It seems we’ll hear more at today’s Google event about the news, given Google Photos has been teasing updates on its Twitter account. Hopefully, there’s even more to come, as well.

In the meantime, we’ve reached out to Google for further comment. We aren’t expecting a response as this news is likely being held until the event later this morning.

 

FastDeleteX skips the “Recently Deleted” album when deleting pictures from iOS

If you hate having to delete images twice from your iPhone’s Photos app, then you should try a new free jailbreak tweak called FastDeleteX.

One of my pet peeves concerning photo deletion on iOS is that everything you delete gets sent to the “Recently Deleted” album in the Photos app rather than being permanently deleted. The result is that you end up deleting everything for a second time to remove it from your device.

Albeit a safety measure in case you change your mind or delete something by accident, this feature creates more work than some people want to deal with. Fortunately, a new free jailbreak tweak called FastDeleteX by iOS developer Mohammad Ghzayel solves this problem for anyone who feels the same way I do.... Read the rest of this post here


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