Albums help to keep a large collection of pictures organized in the iOS Photos app. iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users can easily create albums and add photos to an existing album right on their devices. Sometimes albums get too large, or photos need to be reorganized into smaller groups for efficiency.
Apple's Photos app on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch makes it easy to organize a large collection of images into separate albums. Custom albums can be created, named, and populated with pictures from the iOS photo library. Once an album is no longer needed, it can quickly be removed from Photos.
Shortcuts is Apple's new version of Workflow that launched with iOS 12. It is a productivity tool that does what its name implies - each shortcut is basically a program or 'workflow' that runs through a set of steps to produce a desired result. For example, Home ETA is a navigation shortcut that uses Maps and Messages to send someone (pre-determined by you) your arrival time with a single tap.
Ever notice the Photos app on iOS only allows the pinch and zoom gesture to zoom in so far? Exceeding the zoom limit on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch is possible using a simple trick. There are some caveats, as this process does not always work with photos captured in Square mode on the iPhone camera. This example shows the built-in limits of zooming in Photos.
Spinning a picture around is easy to do with the stock iOS Photos app. While it's more difficult to flip a photo, or mirror an image the process of rotating a photo takes only moments with the built-in iOS software. Sometimes the Camera app might get confused, and a picture is taken with the wrong orientation. If you had intended to snap a photo vertically or horizontal and it came out rotated, correcting the orientation of the image only takes a moment.