A new feature in Google Images makes it possible to swipe right on your images with the swipe up button, and then slide up the list of images.
When you click the swiper swipe up link, it takes you to the full gallery of images from Google’s photo library, including all of the images from all of your devices.
Swiping left on an image takes you directly to the thumbnail, where you can tap on the image to change its size.
For some users, this new feature has been a little confusing.
How do I swipe left on my images?
Swiping left from the top bar, which is the left-most tab in the gallery, is the easiest way to get an image to the bottom of the gallery.
Swipe right from the right-most bar takes you back to the gallery of the selected image.
If you want to go further, swipe left from one of the thumbnails to move it to the top of the list.
In a few ways, swiping left to the left is better than swiping up from the bottom bar, but the former doesn’t work in all situations.
What if I don’t have a Nexus 4 or a Nexus 5?
If your Nexus 4 is missing a SIM card, it will work, but it’s not a very useful feature.
How do I add an image?
You can add an Image by tapping on the thumbnail.
You can also tap on a thumbnail in the search results, or search for a particular image, and tap on it to add it to your gallery.
You may also use the thumbnail to search for images of the same image.
If you want, you can also create your own images by tapping a thumbnail on a photo and then tapping the Create Image button.
If an image is not available in the Gallery, you’ll be asked to choose an image from the Gallery.
You can also add an additional image to your Gallery by tapping the Edit icon on the top left corner of your screen, and selecting Add Image.
If you’re on a Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel, or Pixel XL XLT, tap on Edit.
If there are no image selections, tap Add Image to create an image of the chosen image.
If your Google Pixel device is on the same network as your Nexus device, tap Settings > Network.
If your Google Nexus device is off the same networks as your Google Chrome device, you must tap on Connectivity to add an Internet connection.
If neither of these devices is on your network, your image will not appear in the list, so be sure to check whether your device has an Ethernet port, Wi-Fi adapter, or a mobile data plan.
You’ll also be asked whether or not your Google account is approved to access the Gallery (this is a confirmation prompt).
If your account is not approved to view the Gallery and your device is connected to the Internet via Wi-fi, you will be asked if you want the gallery to be displayed on your device.
Tap Yes to accept the default settings.
Tap the Add Image button and then tap the image.
Your image will appear in your Gallery.
Can I use images from my Google+ accounts on my Nexus 4?
No, images from your Google+ account will not be displayed in the Android Gallery on Nexus 4s.