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You have way too many photos on your iPhone or iPad and you are looking for a quick way to scan through the Camera Roll and get rid of less perfect shots. It’s bliss for freeing up precious storage space but who has time for it?

Let’s face it; the fiddly mobile screen isn’t exactly encouraging for sifting through the few perfect shots from tons of unworthy pics. Wouldn’t it be great if you could use a bigger screen and on the spot identify and delete iPhone photos you want to get rid of? You can easily achieve that by using CopyTrans Photo. Here’s how it works. storage almost full prompt on iphone

Let’s clean up iPhone photos

  1. Download CopyTrans Photo on your PC from the page below Click here to download CopyTrans Photo

  2. Install the program. If you need help installing CopyTrans Photo, please refer to this article

  3. Run CopyTrans Photo and plug in the iPhone or iPad. The iPhone photos and albums are displayed on the left-hand side of the main program window main copytrans photo window with iphone pics in view

  4. To preview a photo, simply double-click on the thumbnail double click on iphone photo thumbnail

  5. Use the arrow buttons on the left and right of the newly-opened Photo Preview window to quickly go through the iPhone photos photo preview window in copytrans photo

    With each photo, you can see additional photo information including geolocation, altitude and photo dimensions. iphone photo geolocation inofrmation in copytrans photo

  6. Found a photo you wish to delete or alternatively to keep and copy to your PC? Just click on the “Delete” or “Copy to PC” buttons on top delete photos from iphone with photo preview

  7. Once you are finished cleaning up photos, click the “Apply changes” button to delete all the unwanted photos from the iPhone at once. apply changes button

This is how to preview and delete unwanted iPhone photos on the spot to free up space.

By krasimir

Krasimir is an avid marketing aficionado and a tech-support specialist in charge of the English-speaking market. He grew up in Bulgaria and on the island of Mauritius where he became passionate about windsurfing and photography.