Hi There, I've used the native Camera and Photos apps for a long time, but it bugs me that I can't tell whether a photo is in the cloud or on my device. Let me explain why this is an issue: I use my iPhone to take most of my pictures, but because it only has sixteen gigabytes of storage, I need to get them off of my phone and into the cloud as soon as possible because I quickly run out of room. So, I have my iPhone synced with iCloud. However, once I delete a photo from my device, it's not clear if it's still in the cloud or not, and I'm tired of being confused about this. Here's an example of my situation: yesterday I used my iPhone to take some nice photos of a waterfall (used Slow Shutter to get a blurred effect, and it worked pretty well). When I got home, I opened my Macbook to edit and rename the photos, and then I deleted them from my phone. Today, I tried to show some of those pictures to my family, but I couldn't pull them up on my iPhone. Just now, I opened Photos on my iPad, and the pictures were there, and they are on my computer. So, how do I know where they are? Are they in the cloud? They must be because I can see them on my iPad. If they're in the cloud, then why can't I view them on my iPhone? I wish there were an app called iCloud Photo Viewer to which I could send my photos from my iPhone and then delete them from my camera roll so I could free up space. Can anyone sort out not only this confusing post but also this process of moving, saving, and finding photos?