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Transfer Photos from iPhone to Android Phone

We have talked how to transfer photos from Android phone to iPhone. In this article we will give a brief description on how to transfer photos from iPhone to Android phone wirelessly. It is much similar to the process of sharing photos between two iPhones. There is no need of iTunes, USB cables or computers. You need WiFi network and WiFi Transfer. Moreover, iPhone and the Android phone have to be connected to the same WiFi network.

Download Android and iPhone WiFi Transfer. They are available on the Google Play and App Store.

Run the WiFi Transfer on the two smartphones.

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(The left screenshot is from iPhone and the right one is from Android phone.)

Tap the Receive button on the Android phone screen. Then select the iPhone to load the iPhone albums.

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Open one album to choose the photos you need. Download photos iPhone photos to Android phone.

 
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Transfer Photos from Android Phone to Computer Wirelessly

Published on July 17, 2013 by in Android

The Android WiFi Transfer not only can transfer photos between Android phone and iPhone, it also can transfer photos between Android phone and computer (Mac and Windows). The usage of Android WiFi Transfer is the same as the iPhone WiFi Transfer.

Download and install Android WiFi Transfer on Android phone. You can find it on the Google Play. Or you can get more details on its site.
android-computerThere are also two ways: taking the advantage of a web browser and downloading the WiFi Transfer computer companion. The computer companion is available HERE.

All the transferring steps are similar to transferring photos from iPhone to Computer. I will not repeat it again.
The Android devices and computer must be connected to the same WiFi network.

Of course, you can make use of USB cables to copy photos from Android phone to computer.

Connect Android phone to computer with USB cable.
On the phone, hold and drag the notification bar, and tap the USB icon.
Tap Turn on USB storage and then OK.
The Android phone will be listed as a removable drive on computer now.
Open this removable drive, find the folder labeled DCIM and open it to find the folder labeled Camera.
Copy and paste the photos from this folder to any folder on the computer.

 
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Transfer Pictures from Android Phone to iPhone

The Android WiFi Transfer has been released for several days. With this app you can transfer photos between Android devices, iPhone / iPad /iPod and computers via WiFi. You can send photos from one Android device to another as well as iPhone / iPad wirelessly. When your android and iOS devices are connected to the same WiFi network and both running the WiFi Transfer, you can select photos and send them to other Android and iOS devices quickly and easily.
Then I will give a description about how to transfer pictures from Android phones to iPhone with the newly developed app. Let’s come to the details.

Step1. Download both the WiFi Transfer for Android and iOS versions. They are available on the Google Play and App Store.

Step2. Connect Android phone and iPhone to the same WiFi network. Then Run the WiFi Transfer on Android phone and iPhone.
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Step3. Tap the Send button on the Android phone screen(the right screenshot).
android-to-iphone-2 Step4. Tap one album to select the pictures ready to transfer to iPhone.
android-to-iphone-3Step5. Tap the Send button. Then choose the iPhone as the receiving device.
android-to-iphone-4Step6. There will be an authorization on the iPhone screen. You can save the new pictures to the Camera Roll or some other album.
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android-to-iphone-5Wait for several minutes to finish the transferring process. Then you can find the new pictures in your Android phone photo library.

 
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iPhone to Computer Transfer Mac And Windows Version Updated

Since the iPhone to Computer Transfer has been updated, the computer compapions have been updated simultaneously. There are some details. Both the computer compapions are free. There are some detailed description on iPhone to Computer Transfer.

Mac version:

download_tpVersion: 1.2
Released: June 26, 2013
Requirements: OS X 10.6 or later, 64-bit processor

 

Windows version:

download_tpVersion: 1.2
Released: June 26, 2013
Requirements: Windows 8/7/Vista/XP

 
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iPhone to Computer Transfer Version 3.3 Released

The new version of iPhone to Computer Transfer has been released for several days. Let’s come to the details.

General information:

Updated: Jun 14, 2013
Version: 3.3
Size: 19.5 MB
Languages: English, German, Japanese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
Seller: Shenzhen Socusoft Co., Ltd

New features:

1. Filter photos and videos by date
2. Filter photos and videos by location
3. Support non-iOS devices while related version is installed on other devices.

Requirements:

Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad. Require iOS 4.3 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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Android WiFi Transfer Available on the Google Play

Published on July 8, 2013 by in Android

The newly designed Android WiFi Transfer can transfer photos between Android devices, iPhone / iPad /iPod and computers via WiFi. You can send photos from one Android device to another as well as iPhone / iPad wirelessly. When your android and iOS devices are under the same WiFi network and both running this app, you can select photos and tap send button to move photos to other Android and iOS device easily.

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Support:
1.Move photos from one Android device to another
2. Transfer photos from Android device to iPhone / iPad / iPod
3. Move photos from iPhone / iPad / iPod to Android device
4. Download Android device to computer
5. Upload photos from computer to Android devices
6. transfer video files from iPhone / iPad / iPod to Android devices.
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Freatures:
1. Batch transfer, it is faster than using Bluetooth
2. Transfer photos over Wi-Fi network, no cables required.
3. Preserves photo metadata in all transfer directions
4. Very easy to use, just running Wireless Transfer App on your devices and put them under the same WiFi network.
5. Easily upload multiple photos from your Android to another Android Device on the same Wi-Fi network.
6. Transfer multiple photos from Android devices to iPad, iPhone or iTouch & Vice Versa

Requirement:
1. All Android devices and iPhone /iPad /iPod must in the same Wi-Fi network
2. iPhone /iPad / iPod need to run iOS version of iPhone WiFi Transfer. To download the iOS version, please search “socusoft” on AppStore.
3. Windows and Mac version are free, you can find them here.

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How to Make Ringtones on iPhone

Published on June 9, 2013 by in iOS

Have you ever made iPhone ringtones by yourself? Have you ever thought of making ringtones on your iPhone? Ringtone Maker App is designed to create unlimited custom ringtones, text tones, and alerts using songs in your music library. Pick a song from your music library on your iPhone, iPad or iPod. Swipe the audio wave to select a short clip. Then save your music as ringtone. So easy! It also can help you load music from computers and your Dropbox account or record your own voice.

You can custom ringtones and text tones for everyone in your address book; transfer ringtones to computer, upload to Dropbox or email as attachment so you can download the ringtones on any devices.

ringtonemakerappGeneral Information
Updated: Jun 05, 2013

Version: 1.1

Size: 4.2 MB

Languages: English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese

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Requirements
Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad. Requiring iOS 5.0 or later. It is optimized for iPhone 5.
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Some Features
◆ Create & save unlimited ringtones using your iPhone/iPod/iPad.
◆ Convert any song from your music library to ringtones on your iPhone/iPod/iPad.
◆ Maker ringtones, text tone, alerts from your music or sound clip.
◆ Record custom sounds and save as ringtones.
◆ Add music from computers to iOS devices through iTunes File Sharing.
◆ Download music from Dropbox account to the ringtone maker.
◆ Select the start and end points with a maximum length of 40 seconds.
◆ Selection of an exact time range accurate to 0.1 second.
◆ Fade in and out effect.
◆ Built-in Ringtones’Manager makes the sharing and management of created ringtones much easier.
◆ Transfer all ringtones to computer at once with iTunes File Sharing.
◆ Upload ringtones to your Dropbox.
◆ Share tones with friends & family via email.
◆ Share ringtones with third party apps.

It is free on App Store. If you are interested in it, please go to Ringtone Maker App. There are some guides about how to use this app.

 
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Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini Available in June?

Published on May 29, 2013 by in Android

It’s said that Samsung will release its new product Galaxy S4 mini in London on June 20, 2013. It is the mini version of Galaxy S4.
size-contrast-between-s4-s4-miniAccording to “a person with knowledge of the matter,” the Wall Street Journal said that the S4 Mini will likely be one of several new products taking the stage at the event of next month in London.On Sunday, Engadget discovered that the Samsung U.K. Website for mobile apps listed the Galaxy S4 Mini with a photo and product number. Predictably, the listing was subsequently removed. Samsung is not commenting on this rumor.

That the Galaxy S4 Mini is Available in June remains a mystery, but some reports say it will be a smaller 4.3-inch version of the 5-inch S4 with a 1.6GHz processor, an 8-megapixel camera, and likely a lower price tag. Of course, all the above are some guess according some hints. The result will be obvious on June 20.

There is also a rumor about the iPhone mini. But no one can predict the name of the next iPhone until it is released by Apple. Let’s wait and see.

 
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  • Unbelievable!!!!!! ★★★★★
  • by CalcountR- Mar 25,2013
  • This app is so worth the money. It’s amazing how it transfers right in front of your eyes. Great investment.