|09 Sep 2015||#1|
For Anyone Familiar With Google Photos, Please
Not too sharp with this. A bit confusing at my age now.
Have started using Google Photos.
Upload them from pix I have received as Attachments in eMails.
As you can guess, mainly of the Grandkid.
The program, IMHO, has a miserable user interface, but it is still a really nice and useful program.
Anyway, for me to get access to viewing them, but not for the uploading new pix to it, I have to sign
in to Google each time. A real pain, as at my age now, I can never remember the signins.
But, I notice that on my iPad there is an icon that allows me to go directly there. No sign in !
a. Why the difference ?
b. And, any way I can allow other parties to view my collections on their Windows Desktop, iPhone, or iPad directly without their having to sign into (mine) Google account ?
Thanks for help with trying to help meunderstand this,
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