A lot of phones and contracts don’t cope with picture messaging very well, so sending photos by MMS can be tough.Let’s take a look at some other photo sharing options.The strangest thing is that she could see them in the default folder where she save the pictures.So they did not gone forever from her phone, but decided to not show up in her phone Gallery. In Android, a .nomedia file is basically a blank file placed inside a folder with “.nomedia” as extension.There’s a major incentive to use Google’s Photos app to backup all your pics – you can upload as many photos as you want for free. The only limitations are that photos must be 16MP or smaller, and videos recorded at 1080p or lower.If you want to automatically upload photos and videos at higher resolutions then you can also use the 15GB of free space that comes with Google Drive before you need to consider a paid plan.
This menu includes a list of all the apps and services that you can share photos directly with.
At the very least, it will have Email and Messaging options.
It’s also likely to include Bluetooth and a bunch of apps like Facebook, Twitter clients, Linked In, Flipboard, and more — it really depends on what apps you have installed.
We’re going to run through some of the basic methods for newbies here, and then discuss some great apps and services — for both casual or power users — that allow you to back up and share your photos with select family and friends.
When you take a photo and review it – -or you browse through your photos in the gallery app on your Android device — you’ll notice a share icon at the bottom of the screen.