Maybe naming that album “Picnic” wasn’t really a good idea? There are many times when an album begins to contain pictures that the name of the album doesn’t describe well. In those cases, it’s best to change album name on your iPhone accordingly so that you can quickly access your particular memories.
One thing you need to know that you can’t change the name of the default albums like Camera Roll, Screenshots, People, Recently Deleted, Live Photos, My Photo Stream, Animated, Selfies, Videos, and Places. You will be able to rename only custom folders—either the ones which have been automatically generated based on a particular app like Instagram or the ones you have made.
How to Change an Album Name on iPhone and iPad
Step #1. Launch Photos app on your iOS device.
By default, you will land on Albums screen of the Photos app.
Step #2. Tap on See All from the upper right corner.
Step #3. Next, tap on Edit button from the top right corner.
You can see a red dot near the left corner of albums, which can be edited. Apple doesn’t allow users to edit some default albums like Camera Roll, Favorites, My Photo Stream, etc.
Note that you can always edit albums like Instagram, Twitter, WhatsApp, and others.
Step #4. Now tap on the album name to change its name and type in the new name. Finally, tap on Done button from the top right corner.
Photos app has really improved in recent times. It’s become more functional and allows you to not just relive your memories but also edit your shots neatly. What’s more, you can make slideshows, use Markup tool to decorate your pics to your best liking.
What’s your take on the Photos app? Are you impressed with its improvements in recent times? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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