Galaxy S8 and S8+ owners can now take advantage of a new free photo feature in the S8, S8+, and S9 devices.
The new photo feature, called “Galaxy Photos,” allows users to add photos from the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge to their albums.
The Galaxy Photos feature can also be accessed by swiping down from the top of the screen to launch it.
Galaxy Photos will not replace the photo gallery in the settings.
You’ll still need to enable and upload new photos from other sources, like the Photos app, the Settings app, or a third-party camera app.
To get started, you’ll need to enter a contact, email, or phone number to be able to send photos.
There are also a few other new settings for Galaxy Photos: The photo app will only let you send photos to people you know you’d like to send them to.
You can also set the camera to automatically add photos to your albums.
To send photos, swipe down from top of screen to open Galaxy Photos, then tap the “Add” button.
You should now be presented with a menu where you can select “Send to,” “Add to Album,” or “Save.”
You’ll also need to provide the phone number you want to send the photos to.
The photos can then be saved, shared, or used.
Samsung says that the Galaxy Photos app will automatically delete photos that are “too big” for your Galaxy S5, S6, or S7 Note devices.
You will be able access the Galaxy Photo settings by swipes down from bottom of screen, but the photos you see in Galaxy Photos won’t disappear.
You won’t have to manually add new photos.
You’re also able to create your own photos with the Galaxy photos app, but you’ll have to create a new album, and then tap “Create Album” to start the process.
Samsung also says that users will be prompted for a photo when the camera app shows up in their contacts.
Galaxy S9 owners can also add photos with a photo editor, but users will have to tap the camera icon in the upper right corner of the phone to add the photos.