You access the Upload screen either from the bottom of the app screen or via the exit button when in capturing mode. If you have images to upload, then the icon at the bottom will be highlighted. You will see a list with all the sequences and you can review them before you upload. The images will be deleted from your phone after upload. If you want to make copies of them, see the instructions below.
Tap any list item to see thumbnails of the images captured in that sequence. Alternatively, you can preview the sequence on the map. Tap on the Select option to be able to select multiple images that you want to save on your camera roll, delete, or approve for upload. If you have not marked any images as “approved” and tap the upload button, it will trigger the uploading of all images.
Tap on an image or the corresponding dot on the map to view it larger and make edits. You can delete or rotate the image, as well as change its location or compass angle. You can also save a copy of the image to your camera roll. Tip: you don’t need to exit edit mode to get to the next image of the sequence—just swipe! If you press the upload button from within viewing a sequence, uploading of that particular sequence (not others) will be requested.
If you need to delete a whole sequence, swipe it to the left in the main upload screen (where you see the list of sequences). If you tap the upload button on this screen, uploading of all (approved) images will be requested.
Currently, you need to keep the app running in the foreground for uploading. If you put it in the background, the upload will stop.
Exporting / making copies of images
If you want to keep copies of your images, you should do this before uploading. Note that in that case, you have to add EXIF data to the images as an extra step, for which there is a button on the Upload screen.
Use the same if you want to copy the geotagged images to your computer and upload later on the desktop uploader. (Note that if you upload from the mobile app, the geotagging is included in the upload process, so there is no need to do this extra.) After tapping the "Add EXIF data" button, the images will be processed and you can copy them to your computer as instructed here.