Did you know that you can markup photos directly in your iPhone’s Photos app? Similar to the way you can markup images in the Message app, you can now draw on images that you take or save in your photos. iOS 10 allows you to annotate documents and images with several text and drawing tools. You can choose different colors, fonts, font sizes and line widths.
This is not a new tool, but before it could only be accessed through the Mail app. Apple seems to enjoy hiding useful tools like they’re playing some sort of hide and seek game with their users.
To start, choose a photo that you want to mark up. If you want to save the original without annotations, make a duplicate by tapping the box with the arrow then tapping duplicate. To get to the markup tools:
- Tap on the three lines with circles icon
- Tap on the three dots in a circle icon
- Tap on Markup icon
- This will take you to the Markup screen. Here you’ll find the drawing and text tools to start marking up your photos or documents. If you want to see a video, CLICK HERE.
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