How to download your photos (Mobile version)

This is the Mobile version of the guide to downloading your photos on a computer or laptop; if you’re on a desktop, it is slightly different, so you can check out the Desktop version of the guide to downloading your photos.

If using iOS or Android, you can download the Pic-Time App (the clever people who make the gallery software I use) from the Apple Store or Google Play Store to easily browse your galleries. Alternatively, you can log in with your preferred browser.

Video how-to version

Downloading all Photos from the Gallery

1. To download all photos, click on the menu button in the upper left corner of the gallery and select Download Full Gallery.

2. Select the download size you would like and then click Download to Mobile, then click on the zip file.

3. The .zip folder will be downloaded to your Files app, which you can extract into your Photo library. You may be able to click the download link directly from the browser to open the .zip folder.

Downloading an Individual Photo

1. Click the photo you would like to download and select the downward-facing arrow located at the top.

2. Select High-Res or Web-Size (if available) and select to Download to Mobile, Google Photos, or Dropbox.

3. Wait for the image to load, then tap and hold to save the image. Click Add to Photos to save the image to your photos folder. This step may vary for various mobile devices.

Downloading a Selection

1. To begin downloading a selection of images on mobile, click Select in the upper right corner. Checkmark the images you would like to select to download. Click Download and Share and select Download.

2. Select the size (if available) and click Download to Mobile if you would like to download the images to your mobile device. Alternatively, you can save the images to Dropbox or Google Photos.

3. Then click on the .zip file.

The .zip folder will be downloaded to your Files app, which you can extract into your Photo library. You may be able to click the download link directly from the browser to open the .zip folder.

Downloading on a desktop?

If you’re looking for a guide to downloading your images from a desktop device, then check out that how-to guide by clicking the button below.

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