This Graphic Shows How To Remove Embarrassing Photos From Social Media

Even if you think you’re sharing or storing photos privately online, there’s always a chance that your pictures could inadvertently get into the wrong hands. Here’s how to completely remove photos you don’t want shared from Facebook, Google, Instagram and Twitter.

Make Sure Your Phone's Photos Aren't Revealing Your Location

Your photos might be revealing your location without you realising it. Here’s how to make sure your phone doesn’t log the location of each photo you take.

Email More Than Five Photos At Once With Documents For iOS

iOS: Apple’s Mail app doesn’t allow you to send more than five photos at once on the iPhone. File management app Documents now relieves users of that struggle.

Use Image Capture To Quickly Clear Out Your iPhone's Camera Roll

If your iPhone’s camera roll is getting a bit out of hand and taking up a lot of space, you’ll need to mass-delete at least some of those photos. The Sweet Setup reminds us that the quickest way to do that on a Mac is with Image Capture.

Likes Downloads Your Favourite Instagram Photos And Videos

iOS: Instagram doesn’t let you save any of the images you see on the app. Likes is a neat and free solution to download any photo and video to your iPhone or iPad’s Photos gallery.

Focus Stops People Scrolling Through Photos You Don't Want To Share

Android: When you hand your phone over to friends so they can see a particular photo, you may find they often swipe through your other images while they’re at it. To protect your privacy, Focus blocks access to photos other than those you select.

Polymo Organises Photos Before You Take Them

iOS: Organising a library of photos on your iPhone is still a pain. If you like grouping photos together by event, Polymo lets you set up an organisation system before you even take those photos.

All The Awesome Stuff You Can Do With Google+ Photos

Even if you don’t use Google+ for its social aspects, you might want to use the service for its stellar photo capabilities alone. From unlimited photos storage to automatic enhancements and robust photo editing tools, here are the things you can do with your photos on Google+ that you might be missing out on.

Focus Stops Your Friends From Looking Through Your Pictures

Android: We all have that friend who likes to thumb through your photos when you show them a picture on your phone. Focus lets you prevent this intrusive behaviour by only allowing the user to view one picture, secured by a PIN. Shrinks Image File Size Without Quality Loss

Web: If you need to reduce the file size of a large image but don’t have a good image editor around, head to to freely shrink the file with minimal quality loss.