PhotoSync - wirelessly transfer, backup & share your photos & videos
By touchbyte GmbH
Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.
PhotoSync will transform your photo handling forever.
It‘s the first app that makes wireless transfer of your photos/videos from/to your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad - a breeze. You will never want to use a cable again!
Note: PhotoSync Companion for Mac requires the "PhotoSync app" to be installed on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. The PhotoSync app ($2.99) can be downloaded from the App Store.
App Store-Link: ==> http://bit.ly/fMKjRN (iPhone, iPad & iPod touch)
Website and support: ==> http:/www.photosync-app.com
Watch PhotoSync in action (Youtube): ==> http://bit.ly/e4xyfh
► Sending photos/videos to your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad is extremely fast
Just drag the photos/videos you want on your device onto the PhotoSync icon in the dock and transfer them in seconds. No cable required. No iTunes needed! RAW images are supported and all Exif data is preserved.
► Receiving photos/videos from your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad is simple
Just select the photos/videos you want to transfer from your device and seconds later they are on your Mac.
► Direct import into iPhoto & Aperture
In addiction to saving received photos/videos in a folder, PhotoSync also supports direct import into Aperture and iPhoto.
► Auto discovery
When sending and receiving photos/videos, your Mac and iOS devices find one another automatically. You don't need to remember or enter any IP-addresses.
► And much more
PhotoSync for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch also offers:
Sending pictures/videos from device to device (over Wi-Fi & Bluetooth), accessing all photos/videos on your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch by web-browser, transferring to Flickr.
- PhotoSync app for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch needs to be running on your devices to send/receive pictures/videos
- Your Mac and iPhone/iPad/iPod touch needs to be on the same Wi-Fi network
- PhotoSync for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch requires iOS 5.1.1 or higher
What's New in Version 2.1
- New: PhotoSync is now localized in Spanish, French, Chinese and Japanese
Flexibility - Great for Prosumer or Professional Photographers
It’s true that Dropbox, Google and other cloud storage services offer photo syncing to online storage. From reading other reviews there is a perception that these services make PhotoSync redundant or unnecessary. For people just wanting to back their photos up to one service this might be true. But none of these services offer the flexibility of PhotoSync. With Dropbox for example once the photo is uploaded its very difficult to upload the photo again. This is because Dropbox keeps a database of the metadata to prevent redundant uploads. PhotoSync on the otherhand not only keeps a database of past uploads but allows you to override if necessary. You can also sync to a huge list of cloud services including your own private storage on FTP or WEBDAV. I have a Synology Raid connected to my home internet and can upload my photos remotely without loosing a beat. This is a great app with many different uses and is adaptable to a variety of work flows.
Used to Work
My app synced fine from computer to iPhone, and vice-versa over wi-fi until I updated to the current version.
This is not very useful if it doesn't work.
not very useful and too many other solutions
This app would of been useful when the iPHone first came out before camera roll or before dropbox and box.net and all kinds of other ways to synch your device. Why pay 2 dollars when you can install dropbox or google+ and just back up everything automatically.
I think now its time to pull apps like this. Unless you have a very very old iPod or something.