You鈥檝e seen the billboards (and it鈥檚 true!); your聽smartphone聽cameras are聽pretty f-ing聽excellent聽鈥斅爐he iPhone SE even has a 12mp camera, ppl.聽You hardly need a point-and-shoot anymore. But if you leave your Camera Roll unsorted and never delete anything, you鈥檒l find you run out of space聽reaaaallly聽quickly. And we all know how precious iPhone memory space is. Here are three helpful tips on how you can spring clean your photos, because聽your closet isn鈥檛 the only thing that could use some organization.

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1. Bulk delete:聽Rather than going through your images and individually selecting the pics you want to delete, you can easily delete in bulk. All you have to do is open your Photos app. You鈥檒l see your pics are divvied up by day in the聽Moments view of your Camera Roll. On the upper right corner of聽the screen, tap Select. Then, tapping on the Select beside a specific day will check聽all the images from that聽day (you can unmark the ones you wanna keep). Then, just tap on the trash can icon at the bottom right and whoosh, clean house!

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2. Download a photo deleting app:聽Photo deleting apps like Slidebox make deleting photos as easy as swiping through Tinder. Slidebox (Free on iOS and Android) shows you all the pics in your Camera Roll one by one. Swiping left moves you onto the next pic, swiping up will delete the unwanted photo and tapping on a photo folder (which you can create in the app) will sort the image. Easy breezy.

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3. Push pics to the cloud:聽If you don鈥檛 want to lose your images but you really want to clear out some space on your phone, consider聽storing photos in the cloud on sites like Dropbox, iDrive or Box. You can wirelessly sync your images to these services, and all three have free versions, though if you have 10,000 pics or something, they also offer paid tiers for more room.

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