Have you ever wanted to share an entire photo album in your iPhone directly to another person's device? With Apple's "iCloud," you can instantly share groups of photos using the iPhone's "photo stream" feature.
This is the fastest and simplest way for one to share photos of a house or neighborhood with another person. Using "photo stream" enables one to avoid the hassle of individually texting or emailing pictures to multiple recipients.
1. Make sure that "photo stream" is turned on in the iPhone. To do this, go into "settings" and the "iCloud" menu. Look for the "photo stream" and toggle it to the "on" position. Then, push the "home" button to enter the home screen.
2. Open the iPhone’s “photos,” select “camera roll,” and look for the pictures to be sent. To highlight multiple photos, press the “edit” icon on the top of the screen to select individual photos in the album by “checking” them. Then press “share” when finished.
3. Choose “photo stream.”
4. Add the recipients’ email addresses in the “to” bar. Next, “name” the “photo stream” album, and toggle the “public website” selection to the “on” position so that anyone can see the photo album, and not just iPhone users. Press “next” at the top to continue.
5. The final step is to add additional information about the “photo stream” album. Add names, addresses, phone numbers, and any other detail to include in the album. Press “post” at the top to send the “photo stream” album to the recipients.
6. The newly created “photo stream” album will now be visible in the iPhone. It will say “shared by me” to indicate that you are the one who created it. If someone else shared their “photo stream” album, it will say “shared by (person’s name)” in the same window.
7. To edit the “photo stream” album title or to add new recipients, just press the “blue” button and make the changes in the edit window. Additionally, users can toggle the “public website” option to the “off” position to keep the “photo stream” private and available only to iCloud users.