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Your photos, everywhere

With iCloud Photos, your photos and videos are always with you, no matter which device you’re using. Take a photo on your iPhone and it appears automatically in Photos on your Mac.

How to turn on iCloud Photos

A photo in editing view showing the editing tools on the right.

Make good photos great

You don’t have to be a pro to edit like one. Use the Photos editing tools to give your pictures, videos, and Live Photos just the right look. You can improve light and color, apply filters, enhance framing by cropping, and more.

How to edit a photo

The Photos window showing Memories selected in the sidebar and two memories displayed in the window.

Enjoy the memories

Memories intelligently curates your photos and videos to find trips, holidays, people, pets, and more, then presents them in beautiful collections—complete with theme music, titles, and cinematic transitions.

How to view memories

Photo of a real estate For Sale sign showing the agent’s phone number selected as Live Text and a menu presenting options to add the phone number to Contacts, call the number, start a FaceTime call, send a text message, and more.

Get more out of your photos with Live Text

When a photo shows a phone number, website, or email address, use it to make a call, open a website, address an email, translate text, and even more.

How to use Live Text in a photo

To explore the Photos User Guide, click Table of Contents at the top of the page, or enter a word or phrase in the search field.

If you need more help, visit the Photos Support website.

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