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Nexus One™ For Dummies® by Dan Gookin

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Chapter 16. A Digital Louvre

In This Chapter

  • Viewing images and videos stored on your phone

  • Editing an image

  • Finding an image's location

  • Working with groups of images and videos

  • Sending an image through e-mail

  • Sharing an image with Facebook

  • Adding an image to your Picasa albums

  • Publishing a video on YouTube

It surprised me to find that the Louvre is not the largest museum in the world. It's the largest single museum, but the title for largest museum goes to the Hermitage in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The largest museum complex is the Smithsonian in the United States. Still, there's something endearing about the Louvre, with its miles of famous paintings and historical works of art.

Your camera contains its own museum, a place where you can review images and movies you've taken with your Nexus One. You can also review images transferred to your phone from your computer or some other gizmo. The name of the app is Gallery, and though it may never rival the Louvre for popularity or fame, it holds images dear to your heart, which you no doubt will view often and share with others.

A Digital Louvre

A Gallery of Images

Pictures and videos you shoot with your phone aren't lost forever. Nope, they're stored on the MicroSD card. After stored or created there, you can access them from the Gallery app, where you can view them or edit them or do a number of other interesting things.

Perusing the Gallery

When the Gallery opens, ...

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