I know how nosy people around us try and pry through our privacy. Don’t let them have an insight into some of your important photos and videos that you wish to keep private and personal on your iPhone. Scroll through this tutorial and learn How to Hide and Unhide images and videos in Photos App on your iOS 13 running devices.
Our Photo library these days is full of our private captures as well as come scanned documents in them, so it would be an invasion of our privacy if someone peeps into them. I would rather keep them hidden, even though the folder is accessible. I mean we all know that the hidden album in our Photos App is not exactly hidden but it still provides a layer of privacy. So with these simple steps you can keep safe your videos and photos that you wish to keep away from prying eyes.
How to Hide Photos or Videos in iOS 13 Photos App on iPhone
- How to Hide Photos or Videos in iOS 13 Photos App
- How to Unhide Photos or Videos in iOS 13 Photos App
Hide Photos or Videos in iOS 13 Photos App
Step #1. Launch the Photos App on Your iPhone.
Step #2. Go to My Albums → Tap on Select option and choose Photos you wish to Hide.
Step #3. Open the share sheet and tap on Hide from the list
Step #4. Next, tap on Hide Photos.
All the photos that you selected are now hidden and you can access them from the Hidden Photos Album.
Unhide Photos or Videos in iOS 13 Photos App
Step 1. Launch the Photos App on Your iPhone.
Step 2. Go to the Albums tab and scroll through all the Albums and choose Hidden.
Step 3. Select the Photos or Video you wish to unhide by tapping on the ‘select‘.
Step 4. Open the share sheet and tap on unhide.
Your selected photos and videos would now be visible in their respective folders.
Having a third-party app to store your personal and confidential images and videos can be risky, thus it is better to store them and hide them in the hidden folder of your stock Photos App on iPhone. I want to know whether you guys hide your images and videos on the Photos App or prefer using a third-party app to do the same. Let me know that in the comments below.
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