How do you upload photos to HubPages from a cell phone?
I have an Apple iPhone and would like to know how I can send pictures directly from my phone to my photo library on HubPages.
I usually send the pics from my cell phone to either my email or my facebook wall, then download them to my computer from there and upload them to hubpages
If you have the HubPages App, touch the photo option. That brings up 3 options:
1.) Get From HubPages,
2.) Take Photo
3.) Choose from existing.
I didn't have any existing photos, so I chose #2. Take a Photo.
That gave me the option to:
1.) Post to Forum
2.) Use with Status Update
3.) Use with question
4.) upload to HP
I'd have to play with it some but it seems like you should be able to get a photo directly to your HP account.
But, in the past I have done it the way BizGenGirl suggests.
HubPages has an App for iPhone that you can get at the App Store. I don't believe they have an Android App at this time. Check out this link for more info on the app: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hubpages … 44783?mt=8
Hope this helps!
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