Sometimes you only want to share your photos with the people who will truly appreciate them. Create a shared album and you control who sees what. Simply choose a photo (or photos) to start with and invite a few friends to join in, make comments, and even add their own shots.
Create a shared album.
Start a shared album for an event or period of time, like a dinner party or an entire football season.
Invite who you want.
Invite up to 100 of your favorite people. Adding friends is as easy as clicking a contact.
Add photos with ease.
To post photos and videos, just tap iCloud Photo Sharing in your share sheet.
With iCloud Photo Sharing, you can see a party, reunion, or vacation through the eyes of your friends. You invite who you want and they can post their own photos and videos in the same way you do. They can add as many, or as few, as they want. And each new addition is instantly broadcast to everyone in your group. It’s never been so easy to get a new perspective.
With the Activity view in iOS 8, you can see all the updates to your shared albums at a glance. Quickly scroll through to browse the latest photos, videos, and comments. You can even make a few comments of your own. On the Mac, catching up on the action is as simple as opening iPhoto.
Easily manage subscribers, contributors, notification settings, invitations, and more.
See the latest updates to all your shared albums at a glance. Add new photos or comments.
When someone joins your shared album, posts a photo, or makes a comment, you’ll be the first to know.
Whether you’re on an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC, getting started with iCloud is simple. For new Apple devices, there’s a setup assistant built right in. And for everything else, setup takes just a few quick steps.