Even if you end up posting your pictures to Instagram, you should be using these apps to edit them first.
Seeing a lot of faces you don't know every time you perform a search in Google Photos? There's finally a fix for that.
iOS offers a way to remove the life from live photos, but on a photo-by-photo basis, making Lean an important tool for batch editing.
Running out of storage on your phone? This app instantly uploads new photos and videos so they don't consume any space.
Not a fan of double-pressing the power button to launch the camera on your shiny new Nexus? It's OK, you can turn it off.
Until Live Photos are supported across social networks, Live GIF is your best bet.
Tired of blurry, badly framed, poorly lit selfies? Follow these tips to improve the quality of your personal portraits.
It's easy enough to share Live Photos between fellow Apple users, but what if you want to show them off elsewhere?
Taking a stunning Live Photo can be tricky.
If Harry Potter-like photos aren't your thing, here's how to turn off Live Photos.
The storage-hungry feature isn't enabled by default, and for good reason.
You can now trim GoPro video clips directly on your smartphone and share them across the Internet.
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