One of the innovations that we have available on iOS 8 Photo Library iCloud, a much safer and above all useful that allows us to have all our pictures accessible from any iOS device and also from the web via icloud.com. If you have already activated the new service offered by Apple it will be very helpful to know how to upload your photos to iCloud Photo Library on your Mac or PC .
Post your photos on iCloud Photo Library, and access them from anywhere
Since smartphones made their appearance, and more specifically our beloved iPhone we’ve all become a kind of “photographers” and the more and less every day for several catches. Over the year we have hundreds, even thousands of photographs archived in folders by our computer, an external hard disk or perhaps another service cloud storage. Now with iCloud Photo Library you can upload all those photos from your Mac or PC, or from your external hard drive, and have them accessible at any time through any of your iOS devices (iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch) as well as from any computer by service icloud.com but keep in mind that you may need to expand your data plan in iCloud .
To upload all those photos you’ve captured over time from your computer to iCloud Photo Library only need to follow these simple steps:
- If you have not activated the service, do it, it will be imperative to continue. We tell how to activate iCloud Photo Library .
- Once the service is activated, check the iCloud beta beta.icloud.com (NOT the regular version icloud.com).
- Go to the Photos section
- At the top right you will see the “Send” button. Click on it.
- Will open a new window in your browser. Find and select the pictures you want to upload to iCloud Photo Library and click Choose.
At the bottom of the screen you will see the progress bar; When charging is complete, you’ll have your photos available on all your iOS devices and also through the icloud.com website.