Grab your photos from Batch before it shuts down

One year after its launch, iPhone photo-sharing app Batch is calling it quits. You have a week to download any photos you shared via the app. Learn how before they're gone.

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If you use or have used Batch on your iPhone, you likely received an e-mail yesterday announcing the app's demise. As of yesterday, the app is no longer available. And after Thursday, November 8, all of your photos on Batch will be deleted. The e-mail outlines the three-step process needed to rescue your photos. In case you missed the e-mail from Batch yesterday, here's how you get your Batch photos before they're gone.

1. Visit the Batch Web site from your computer.

2. Log in using your Facebook account.

Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET

3. Click the Download Photos link.

Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET

That's it. Easy as 1, 2, 3. If you tried out Batch, you have one week from today to perform this simple procedure.

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Matt Elliott, a technology writer for more than a decade, is a PC tester, Mac user, and amateur photographer based in New Hampshire.

 

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