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Friday, 8 May 2015

Bulk Delete - App Review



Deleting multiple photos used to be a chore. If you are still running an older iOS version then, this is an ideal App to get rid of all those photos that you no longer need (or don't even remember taking).

Now for the ACIDS test:

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Before you do anything (having downloaded that App), go to Settings and scroll down to 'Bulk Delete' and then allow Bulk Delete access to Photos. If you do not do this, the App will not work.

There are very few controls, making the App easy to use. At the bottom left of the screen you can choose one of two thumbnail sizes.

You can now either select photos by time (last 1, 24 hours, 7, 30 days), everything, or individually select them from the thumbnails.

Having done that, press the trash icon and , job done.

Cost
The App costs a nominal $1.

Indispensability
If you have an old version of iOS and cannot choose items for deletion from the Photo App then, this is a great time saver.

Dependability
The App works, as described.

Security
This is a standalone App so there are no concerns in that respect.

You obviously need to be careful of which images you delete.

ACIDS Test Rating:

Ideal for older iOS.

To find out how the ACIDS Test works, click here.


You can get Bulk Delete here and support for the App here.


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