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Me and my wife use Picspro android app for Google photos. It allows browser authentification to sign into any amount of Google Photo accounts without having to add the full Google account to the phone itself. Personally, We keep all our photos on her account, using this app I can be logged in and view them and also upload to it so our photo collection is ...
I am trying to figure this out as well. I was keeping copies of photos on our respective personal laptops and then using something like Microsoft Sync, but didn't like it. Then went to BitTorrentSync which seemed to work well. Then I would use the desktop app to keep photos in sync with each person's Google Photos account. Then I decided to setup a ...
The only way to do this I know of is to circumvent facebook when selecting photos. To do this: go to your gallery select the photo(s) you want to send press share on those choose the method as facebook or messenger. If you want I can explain in more detail, just comment if that's the case.
Android doesn't have such a feature built-in. But there are several apps available a.o. at Google Play which can help you out (for a list, see Other photo editors on my site). One of those is JustResizeIt!, which also offers batch-resizing: JustResizeIt! mobile free lets you resize and share your pictures with all your friends and family with only a few ...
Google Photos synchronize your photos to your online storage (your online storage is limited to 10Gb if you choose synchronizing the original size of the photos ,and unlimited if you choose the high quality upload size , this setting can be edited under Photos >> settings >> backup and sync >> upload size ) now when Photos app synchronize ...
Look here, they are all the photos uploaded into your account. you can also check this. If they are on either site, they must also be visible in google photos app (if you are connected to the internet). Don't forget to turn on sync all photos in the google photo app, aftewards they will show up or they do not exist.
I'm afraid it's not possible using the standard google photos app, you would need to use some photo-processing software to set locations for photos after they were taken (Picasa comes to mind). Alternatively, you can use the G+ page https://plus.google.com/photos/yourphotos to edit the GPS information, but then again i'm afraid you can only do this one by ...
Go to your Camera settings(three dots) and turn on the "Burst with longpress" option. This will let you shoot b ursts of photos simply by holding down the shutter key by long pressing. This way you can diable multiple burst photos at single click.
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