Most tablets have either one or two cameras on them, one facing you and one facing away. The one facing away is normally the one which can produce better quality.
A picture taken on a tablet is taken digitally and then stored on your tablet. You can then view it, do some basic editing and send it somewhere else such as to your computer, to a friend or to online storage, such as google drive or Flickr.
Digital images can be stored or saved in a number of ways, but your tablet will store them as “raster” images.
Using the camera
You can also have your tablet automatically synchronise your photos with your Google + account.
Google+ is a social network that builds off of your Google Account. If you have a Google Account, you can activate your Google+ account as easily as you would activate Google Now. At first, it seems about the same as Facebook or Twitter, importing contacts and assigning them to circles — Google+’s version of lists. After that, you can add curated circles for your particular interests, entertainment, news, sports, etc. That said, the first big difference is that Google+ isn’t reliant on any of those real-life contacts you import. Google+ is for: connecting you to other people who are interested in your passions, rather than a place to share personal family and friends type information.
- Open the Photos app.
- Touch the Menu icon/button > Settings > Auto-Backup.
- From this screen, you can change these settings (touch heading to expand):
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