Can I use my samsung android to take pictures for my hubs and how would I do this?
I have taken pictures, with both my android smartphone, and my Apple Ipad. I find that the camera in the Ipad, takes a much better photo. But then again this depends largely on the type & model of phone.
You can simply transfer, or send as an attachment, to your personal email. I have done this successfully a few times. Then from a saved file upload the picture, or image to a newly created photo capsule in my hub article. Hope this helps you out.
Sure. I've used my camera phone.
Are you asking how you would attribute it? You can just put source geegee25 or your real name if you prefer.
When I use my own pix for Hubs I just put "Source: Me" in the attribution box
I was just wondering how I would attach the picture to the hub. I know there is a app for the iphone I'm just not sure about the samsung android
I don't know how to use the phone feature of the samsung android and attaching that to my hub
Thank you all for your help! I found the hub app in google play
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