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revised Is there an app that bulk transfers camera photos to emails?
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Dec
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comment Is there an app that bulk transfers camera photos to emails?
@cksum, It doesn't need to be email, but it needs to be via the internet. Email is not the final storage location of course, it's just a stopgap holder while I move the photos from gmail to my respective gdrive folders. Storing gigabytes in email is impossible in 1999 but now it's possible up to 10 TB with gmail. I am finding alternative strategies to move photos from iphone to gdrive, which is the whole point of the question in the first place, do feel free to post answers if you know of good solutions.
Dec
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comment Is there an app that bulk transfers camera photos to emails?
@cksum, I'm also using that too. But being tied to the house computer, it often isn't convenient, nor possible for travellers.
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revised Is there an app that bulk transfers camera photos to emails?
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Dec
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comment Is there an app that bulk transfers camera photos to emails?
It doesn't work, the mail app will complain of error. Emails are still limited to 25 MB.
Dec
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comment Is there an app that bulk transfers camera photos to emails?
@Tetsujin, Do you mean the default "Photos" app?
Dec
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comment How do I send multiple photos from my iPhone camera roll in a single email?
Seems to be hardcoded. It only allows 5 even though 5 photos is only 10 mb with my phone's camera.
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asked Is there an app that bulk transfers camera photos to emails?
Dec
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comment Is there an iOS Camera App that shoots a photo every minute?
Why not just take a video?
Nov
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comment How does Whatsapp recognize grandfathered accounts?
@tubedogg, And my reply still remains: $1 per year will eventually add up to a huge difference, especially when you can expect that price to increase in the future. I'm exactly saying that Whatsapp program is here to stay for many many years. Why should the service be free? Irrelevant. No one said it should. You say Whatsapp wouldn't last for 5 years? Watch out, you are going to lose this bet.
Nov
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comment How does Whatsapp recognize grandfathered accounts?
@tubedogg, I am unclear why you think that has anything to do with what I'm saying. The Whatsapp program is of course free to evolve in the future. That's the whole point of my comment: Compare paying $1 to use Whatsapp as it evolves year by year vs paying $1 per year for the exact same thing.
Nov
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comment How does Whatsapp recognize grandfathered accounts?
@tubedogg, Yes, Microsoft, Intel and Apple are hitting 50 y/o. HP is already 75. How old is General Electric?
Nov
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comment How does Whatsapp recognize grandfathered accounts?
@tubedogg, The difference is huge. $1 a year = $50 a lifetime. That's 50 times the original cost.
Nov
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comment How does Whatsapp recognize grandfathered accounts?
@tubedogg, Uhh .. what's the comment got to do with....?
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comment Is there a way to automatically forward text messages to email?
Shouldn't there be an app that does this for free?