Genius iPhone trick totally changes how you share photos – and it's so easy

YOUR iPhone has a handy way of moving photos around – and it might surprise you.

Normally if you wanted to move an iPhone photo, you'd probably go into the Share options.


From there, you'd look to share the iPhone photo to another app or copy it.

But there's a different way that is really quick and very satisfying.

Simply go into your Photos app and hold your finger down on a photo.

Then without release, navigate to a Messages chat and drop the image on the char bar.

The photo you chose will then appear in Messages.

The trick was shared on TikTok by user Karrabros, where it's racked up over 6,000 likes.

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You can even select and hold multiple photos at once.

And lots of apps support this feature, so you can share to multiple places.

It doesn't just work from the Photos app either.

Late last year, we revealed how you can also share iPhone photos from other places – including Google Images in a web browser.

Posted by @katamogz, the short clip demonstrates a drag and drop photo feature that lets you save images from Google really quickly.

The TikToker starts the video by stating: "iOS 15 hack you never knew existed."

She then demonstrates a cool iOS 15 photo trick that lets you drag and drop pictures straight from Google Images into your Photos app.

The video shows @katamogz on her iPhone with Google Images open.

She has searched images of Kim Kardashian's look at this year's Met Gala.

She holds the image she wants down and drags it to the bottom right corner.

She then adds several more images to this pile by simply clicking on them.

The images need to held there with one finger and you can use another finger to swipe up and locate Photos.

Open Photos and make sure you're on an album with a visible 'plus' symbol at the end.

Drag and drop your Google Images photos to the symbol and watch how they automatically save to your Photos app.

This bulk saving method is quicker than other ways of saving Google Image photos.

Check out the video below.

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