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There are times when either many of the pictures are useless, or we just need to free up some space. At this point, we have to tap each and every picture. But imagine a situation when you are trying to delete a hundred photos. The thought itself is hammering.

It's is not just time-consuming, instead of frustrating. Tapping each and every picture is a headache. To overcome this problem, say thanks to the iOS 9; the latest iOS has come up with a new feature by which we can select multiple pictures in Photos app with a single swipe gesture.

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How to Select Multiple Photos on iPhone with Swipe GestureHere we have given the explanation to select multiple pictures in Photos app with a single swipe gesture in iOS 9 on iPhone or iPad. Just follow the steps given below:

How to Select Multiple Photos from iPhone Photos App

Step #1. Open the Photos app from home screen.

Tap on Photos App on iPhone

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Step #2. Tap the album from which you wish to select pictures.

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Step #3. Once you are in the album, tap on “Select” located top-right of your screen.

Step #4. Now tap on any picture and swipe your finger to the right.

Step #5. Once you reach the end of the row, you can swipe your finger downwards. This will select all the pictures in the second row.

Select Multiple Photos on iPhone

This feature is not 3D touch so any user with iOS 9 can do it on their iPhone or iPad.

Though it's very trivial and basic tip, its quite useful. Share your feedback in the comment, on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.

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