Too lazy to sort through all the photos and videos on your phone?
Well, soon you won't have to because the new memories feature on iOS 10 basically does it for you.
Here's how to access it from the photos app.
There are a few ways to create memories.
But the easiest is to click on the icon from the main photos page.
The downside is you're relying on the phone's judgement, which can turn into a beautiful slideshow of your receipts.
To make a memory of a specific place or date, click on the title at the top of that collection in your camera role.
Click on the photo and scroll down to access the memory related to that shot or just use the Search Bar at the top to search by location, date or person.
Just make sure to assign a name to a face so it will appear in the search.
Go to a picture of that person, scroll down to the people section and click the square of that person.
Now, add name at the top.
To make changes to a memory, click on the play button to render the video first, you can now make basic edits to the length and soundtrack right on this page, or click on the settings icon for more advanced editing.
Tap title to change the font style on the thumbnail, And select the new theme song with their suggestions or choose a song from your own music library.
But seek carefully, it's copyright.
You can also change the duration of the film to make the transition quicker.
or select the photos and videos option to add or delete photos.
Don't forget to press done to save your changes, and click on the share icon to save the video to your camera roll.
Stream it on a larger screen, or share it just about anywhere.
You'll have your own customized videos Without the effort.
And for more iOS 10 tips and tricks, make sure to check out cnet.com/how-to.
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