How can I delete multiple photos at once on the iPad?

To delete several photos at the same time follow these steps in the Photos app:

1. Navigate to the Albums view

2. Select "Saved Photos"

3. Touch the arrow box icon at the top right

4. Select the photos you wish to delete

5. When all of the photos you want to delete are marked, touch "Delete" at the top left

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the delete button only works with photos loaded directly into the ipad. if they were synced from your computer, nope. at least that's what i've found so far.

I also can't delete photos synced from my computer. Can anyone help me on this?

You will have to delete the photos from the folder you synced them from, resync and this will delete them, it's the only way.

I am sitting here deleting hundreds of photo's by taping each of them on this very expensive very modern tool.

Yet an other reason why I would never advise anyone to buy a Ipad. It's Apple... User unfriendly.

This app is not on my ipad....I imported pictures from someone else's camera...

I thought I'd post this since I found this thread just today, maybe others will come and need to know also. I just figured it out myself, thankfully, as I had thousands of photos I had uploaded from a timelapse I did. On my Mac (not sure on a pc what to do) I plugged in the ipad then I opened Preview on my mac. I clicked File, then Import from xxx's ipad. Then I simply clicked the top image I wanted to delete, scrolled down to the last and shift clicked that one and pressed The red "delete selected items" button at the bottom. If asked if I was sure, clicked yes and presto...all deleted. (though for this many photos it took a pretty long time) Hope this helps.

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I thought I'd post this since I found this thread just today, maybe others will come and need to know also. I just figured it out myself, thankfully, as I had thousands of photos I had uploaded from a timelapse I did. On my Mac (not sure on a pc what to do) I plugged in the ipad then I opened Preview on my mac. I clicked File, then Import from xxx's ipad. Then I simply clicked the top image I wanted to delete, scrolled down to the last and shift clicked that one and pressed The red "delete selected items" button at the bottom. If asked if I was sure, clicked yes and presto...all deleted. (though for this many photos it took a pretty long time) Hope this helps.

I didn't get it at first either
tap albums.
in the upper right corner there's a arrow with a box around it, touch that. now you can select the photos you want to delete quickly.

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In order to delete multiple photos in photos I have to go to photo stream and click on the square with the arrow and then the delete option does come available.

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