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@jimmygunawanapp thx for reporting this. Seems to occur only in safari, not e.g. in Photos App. No fix at the moment, but will investigate.
@Steph2beme Nope. Not possible due to restrictions set by Apple. On Android we support these options of course.
@hydroxyde We are considering adding it into a future update, if there are more requests for it.