Using the StoAmigo Website

Rotate a Single Image:

Step 1: Select the action icon ( ) of the image file you would like to rotate and from the drop-down menu, select ‘Rotate 90°’.

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Step 2: The image will have rotated 90° clockwise. If you would like to rotate the image 180° or 270° repeat Step 1.
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NOTE: StoAmigo will save the image in the selected orientation.

 

Rotating Multiple Images:

Step 1: Select multiple files. You can select multiple files in StoAmigo by holding the ‘Ctrl’ key in Windows or the ‘Command’ key in a Mac.

File - multiple images

Step 2: Click the ‘more’ drop-down menu and select ‘Rotate selected 90°’

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Step 3: The images will have rotated 90° clockwise. If you would like to rotate the images 180° or 270° repeat Step 2.

Statue of Liberty - not rotated Statue of Liberty - rotated

NOTE: StoAmigo will save the image in the selected orientation.

Using the Mobile App (iOS)

Step 1: Touch the action icon ( ) of the file you wish to rotate to reveal the file menu. NOTE: The action icon only appears in detailed view. If you are in thumbnail view you need to long-touch on the name of the file to reveal the file menu.

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Step 2: From the ‘Menu’ touch the ‘Rotate 90°’ option.

Step 3: The image will have rotated 90° clockwise. If you would like to rotate the image 180° or 270° repeat Step 1.

NOTE: StoAmigo will save the image in the selected orientation.

 

Using the Mobile App (Android)

Step 1: Touch the action icon ( ) of the file you wish to rotate to reveal the file menu. NOTE: The action icon only appears in detailed view. If you are in thumbnail view you need to long-touch on the name of the file to reveal the file menu.

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Step 2: From the ‘Action’ menu touch the ‘Rotate 90°’ option.

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Step 3: The image will have rotated 90° clockwise. If you would like to rotate the image 180° or 270° repeat Step 1.

NOTE: StoAmigo will save the image in the selected orientation.