Share an Image from Google on iPhone 6
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You're watching VisiHow. In this video I'm going to show you how you can share an image from Google on the Google application on an iPhone 6.
To start with we need to unlock the phone by pressing the Lock button on the side.
Alternatively, press the Home button on the bottom to unlock the phone.
Swipe and enter the Passcode or use the fingerprint scanner.
Once we are at the Home screen we will need to find the Google application which is blue with a white Google lowercase "g" in the center.
Tap once to open the app and it will take us to the screen where we can search using the bar or the microphone.
I talk you through how to do that in another video.
For now we are going to skip straight through and find a Google image to use as an example.
Let's say this is our image and we'd like to share it with someone.
We click on the image to bring up the information around the edge.
Go to the bottom right-hand corner where we have three vertical white dots.
Our first option on the new little window is "Share."
It brings up this window where we can Share via "Message," "Mail," "Facebook," "Twitter," "Save Image," "Copy," "Assign to Contact," and so on.
We can also scroll through and access "More."
If we were to Share on Facebook, for example, we need to have Facebook installed onto the phone for it to automatically be able to post for us.
But we see it begins to compose a post including the image. It gives us the option to start typing.
We can add which album it goes into.
We can choose the "Location" and our "Audience."
Then we just press "Post."
We can say anything here if we like.
We can press "Cancel" to go back and not "Post."
Alternatively, press "Post" in the top right-hand corner to send onto Facebook.
Another way, in a similar format, is to go and send via Twitter which would also need the Twitter account to be on the iPhone for it to automatically Post.
We can see now it's bringing an image URL within our information as well as the picture attached.
And we see just underneath, because Twitter has a character limit, we have 65 characters left.
If we start typing, that number goes down to 59.
We just need to make sure whatever we type can fit within the limit. If we go over the limit then the numbers, which are very small here, will turn up in red. This means we won't be able to post it until it's within the limit. We can also add our "Location" if the Location Services are enabled
Then we just click "Post" in the top right or "Cancel" to go back.
The other way that we can send is via Message or Mail.
It's a very similar format. This example uses Message first. We see it starts to compose our normal SMS Message, with the image included, the URL where the image is from, and the option to add some extra text if we like, just by tapping in the box.
Then like any other Message, we tap on "To" and add our contacts by clicking in the number.
Alternatively, we can select someone that we find would appreciate this picture, for example.
Then we just press "Send" if we are happy.
Otherwise press "Cancel" in the top right corner to not send after all.
The final option is to go to "Share."
This is when it composes an email for us.
Again, it includes the link, and the option to add more text, and, of course, the image here.
We can press by adding the "To" which is our recipient of the email.
If we usually start typing the email address it will bring up people with those letters.
We can add a subject by pressing there, if we like.
Then we can tap within here to either delete the URL or add some extra information as well.
We'd then press "Cancel" to go back in the top left-hand corner, or press "Send" in the top right corner to Send as an email anyway.
We can go back by pressing the "X" in the top right corner.
Then tap the Google "g" at the center of our screen.
That takes us to the screen where we started.
This is a VisiHow video and I've just shown you how you can Share an image from Google images on the Google application on an iPhone 6.
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Video: Share an Image from Google on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: nitid, Freya