Q: How can I select just one photo?
A: You can select just one photo by double tapping on it. If you're viewing the photo in full screen, you can swipe it up to add it to your selection as well.
Q: What is the fastest way to find my photos?
A: We recommend using the search and the calendar features. They will limit the amount of photos displayed and you'll be able to find them faster. The calendar displays only the dates for your current search. (For example, if you searched New York, you'll only see the dates for which there were photos taken in New York).
Q: Swipix not always recognizes swipes. Is there a way to increase the sensitivity so that I can swipe easier?
A: Not all users use their device at the same speed. Swipix uses a time value to recognize whether the user is indeed swiping. You can reduce this time under settings "Activate swipe after (s)" to increase the application's sensitivity and tune it to your preference.
Q: I can't see all the sharing options! Why can't Swipix post to Facebook or Twitter?
A: We use iOS native Facebook and Twitter dialogs to post. Facebook only allows posting up to 10 photos at a time and Twitter just one. If you try to post up to 10 photos you'll be able to see the Facebook option and if you try to post just one you'll see the Twitter option as well.
Q: Are Tags synchronized across devices?
A: No, unfortunately the identifier given by Apple for every photo is different on every device (so, the same photo will have different identifiers on each of your devices), therefore it's impossible to synchronize tags. To achieve synchronization across devices you can use Albums.
Q: Why can't I share extremely large photo attachments (50MB for example) by e-mail?
A: The device has a restriction on the amount of data that can be sent by mail. You can select a larger compression to send more photos at a time.
Q: Why doesn't the calendar show all the photos when I search?
The calendar displays only the dates for your current search. (For example, if you searched New York, you'll only see the dates for which there were photos taken in New York).
Q: Why can't I post more than 20 photos to the iCloud Photo Library?
Posting to the iCloud Photo Library is controlled by iOS and we don't have control over that process. We noticed that iOS will show the dialog to post if you choose more photos but they would not be posted, therefore we chose to remove the option for that case.