How to Share Photo Stream: Guide for iOS 6 Users
The latest Apple’s firmware, iOS 6, has made the process of sharing Photo Stream between the smartphones and computers much easier. Those who have got the iPhone 5 or decided to upgrade to iOS 6 can use the Photo Stream to transfer photos to Mac, iPhone and tablet computer and also make their own Photo Stream with particular images.
We will explain to you how to share Photo Stream on iOS 6. You will see how great this service is since it even beats the such options as sending pictures via email and photo sharing with Facebook social network. If you learn how to share Photo Stream you will be able to continually add pictures for other users to enjoy.
New iOS 6 Features
There are several ways how you can use your shared Photo Stream. You can let specific people see your images. You can keep your pictures private. Using this iOS 6 feature you can share photographs publicly via iCloud and everybody who is interested will get an option to plate your link to Twitter, Facebook and email. The link will show your images on the web on personal computers and Macs.
Your friends can subscribe to the Photo Stream you created and get the updates on iPhones and iPads, and leave their comments.
How to Share a Photo Stream in iOS 6
This guide is easy to follow. You need to go to Settings on your iOS 6 device. Now scroll down till you see Photos & Camera – Shared Photo Streams which you have to enable by sliding the toggle to “On.”
Now you can share your Photo Stream using the Photos application. If you wish to share one image, launch the picture and find a little share icon at the bottom of your display. It lets you choose Photo Stream. If you need to share multiple images, find “Edit” in the top right corner of the screen and choose photographs you want to share.
When you want to share your Shared Photo Stream, click on New Photo Stream – enter emails of your friends or users you would love to share with. If you wish Facebook and Twitter users see your photographs, make the link public.
And those who still on iOS 5.1.1 and lower you can always install iPhoto app and do the same.