Bulk Delete enables you to quickly delete photos and video from your camera roll. Have a bunch of old or blurry photos needing to be removed from your library? Have many multiples of similar photos? Have your kids found your phone and taken 3,000+ photos of the carpet and walls? Bulk Delete will make cleaning up your camera roll/library quick and easy.
- Super Fast Selection
Select photos and videos with a tap or use two fingers and swipe to quickly select many at once.
- Time Based Deletes
Quickly select and delete photos and/or video that were taken based on a selected time range: In the Last Hour, Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days. You can also choose to Delete Everything in your library.
*Remember to empty the "Recently Deleted" album in your Photos app if you want to free up your disk space.
Ratings and Reviews
Good but Apple Makes it Worthless
Good app but waste of time due to Apples BS !!! Whats the point in this ? You still have to go into photos Recently deleted album and click one photo at a time if you want them off your device or wait 30 days... So you still have all those photos you don't want eating up your limited space... Apple does not let you bulk delete its tediously tapping checking off one photo at a time... There is no Apple bulk delete.. Apple is stupid they don't make nor allow anything easy...and there always changing things and screwing it up..
Much better than tapping hundreds of photos individually
I have a couple of cloud services that back up my entire camera roll, so I often find myself wanting to delete everything from the camera roll... but the only built-in way to do this is to tap, tap, tap and finally choose "delete".
This app gives me the "delete everything" feature I've wanted since my first iPhone. Why Apple doesn't give you this feature out of the box, I don't know...
Unnecessary on iOS 8...
I am genuinely confused on why this app has such great reviews. The UI is nice, simple and clean, but iOS 8's stock Photos app does the exact same thing. From the Albums view, tap Select and you're able to select and delete multiple (or bulk) items at once. The only difference I see is the thumbnails are shown 3 wide, making them a tad bigger than the Photos app.
I'm not trying to bash this app or its developers, maybe I'm missing something (in which case I will gladly update my review), but this app seems redundant and unnecessary.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.