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    downloaded IPhoto on my ipad2. Like it so far..have beamed photos from my iPhone 4 to my ipad2. Very neat.
    Does anybody know how to delete an album that was made in iPhoto?
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    Does this app cross platform?
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    Not sure what you mean by cross platform..
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    Yes, iPhoto is a "universal" iOS application.
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    I don't see any way to create albums in iPhoto.

    Do you mean journals?

    To delete a journal tap and hold on one of them. You'll get the usual X in the left top corner to delete, and a ribbon icon in the right top corner to mark it as a favorite. First time I've seen that ribbon icon (that I can remember). Favorites are usually done with a star icon.
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    I meant more like from android to iOS.
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    iPhoto is an Apple product. As such it's pretty much iOS and OS X only; and at this point even iOS to OS X features are sparse. The only links are Photo Stream and iTunes photo syncing.

    The results are, of course, standard formats and can be copied to almost any platform.
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