Account-holders on iOS devices (Android - coming soon!), can access their photos on any mobile device, or online on a computer. An account is encouraged so you can access your content outside of the app. For instance, you can view and edit your photos on a larger screen (like a tablet or computer) or access your photos in case something happens to your phone.
For more on an account, what it includes, and how much it costs, click here.
Create an account
Tap the 3 bar icon on the top-left of the main screen, then press the Upgrade banner and purchase your plan to begin your account.
To finish registration, sign up with your Apple ID. This will enable you to sign in to your account on other devices and your computer online.
Login on a mobile device
Say you lost your phone or want to log in to your account on another mobile device (for example, you created an account on your iPhone and want to access your account on your iPad or Android device).
- First, install the app on the new mobile device from the App Store.
- Go to the app’s main screen, tap the 3 bar icon on the top-left of the main screen, then look for the Log in link and tap it. Next, sign in with your Apple ID, and you’re in.
Login on a computer
You can also log into your account on your computer via the Photomyne website. While logging-in, select the app you wish to log into, in the app field. Then tap Sign in with Apple.
Once logged in, you will see all the photos you have in your app. You can perform some of the actions available in the app, such as adding albums and photos, saving & sharing.
Please note: All the changes you made to your photos online will be synced with the app on your mobile device. To avoid account sync issues, we recommend keeping the app closed on your mobile device before logging in online. In general, please avoid using the app on more than one device at the same time. This means you should use the app on one device, save the changes and only then log in on another device.
Need help and/or have more questions? Contact our support team for further assistance.
This page was last updated in February 2021