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iPhone WiFi Transfer Version 3.1 Released

The iPhone WiFi Transfer version 3.1 was released on Mar. 19, 2013. The new version has made some development compared with the version 3.0.

Some features of iPhone WiFi Transfer

  1. Transfer as many photos and videos as you want, not any limitations on the amount or file size of photos and videos you want to copy.
  2. Remember the photos and videos that have been transferred, so you can skip them to avoid duplicated copy if the transfer process is interrupted. This exclusive feature makes Wireless Transfer App is an ideal tool for copying your whole photo library to a new device.
  3. Explore photos and videos other device just like on your own devices, select and then download.
  4. Password protected and authorization is asked while downloading from your device.
  5. Preserve EXIF Info and support RAW format photo files
  6. Pay once for use on multiple devices with the same iTunes account
  7. Very easy to use with an user-friendly wizard interface
  8. If there is no Wi-Fi network available or in public Wi-Fi (Hotels, Coffee Bars etc.) which is configed to prevent communication between devices, you can turn on “Personal Hotspot” on your iPhone and join devices to Personal Hotspot, then use this video and photo transfer app to copy photos and videos with high speed just like using Wi-Fi. No slow bluetooth is required.
  9. Windows and Mac version is free for downloading.

What’s New in Version 3.1

1. Transfer photos and videos directly from sending device with simple and intuitive operation.

2. Fix language error in setting panel.

If you would like to know more about the new version, please go to the App Store.

 
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How to Transfer Photos from iPad Mini to iPhone

Without iTunes and USB cables, how to share photos between iPad mini and iPhone? This guide will explain how to transfer photos from iPad mini to iPhone via Wi-Fi network. The iPhone WiFi Transfer plays the role of iTunes, and WiFi network plays the role of USB cable. In order to transfer photos successfully, please connect the iPad mini and iPhone to the same Wi-Fi network.

You need to download the iPhone WiFi Transfer on the App Store. Moreover, you just need to pay for once to download the app to both your iPad mini and iPhone.

Step 1 Install and run iPhone WiFi Transfer on the iPad mini and iPhone. Tap the “Send” button on the iPad mini screen.


Step 2 Select the ‘Send Photos &Videos To: iPod iPhone iPad’.

Step 3 Select an album to find the source photos to send to iPhone.

Select photos one by one, or “Select All”.

Step 4 Tap on “Receive” button on the iPhone screen.

Step 5 Choose the iPad mini to get the selected photos

Step 6 Tap the Download button to save files on iPhone album.

You can select an album or create one for the photos.
You will get an authorization required dialogue on iPhone.

You will also get an authorization requirement on your iPad mini. Tap “Yes, Always” or “Yes, This Time Only” to continue the transferring.

These photos will be transferred to iPhone immediately. Then you can locate them in the iPhone Photo Library.

 
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A Comparison bttween iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S4

Published on March 22, 2013 by in iPhone

The Samsung Galaxy S4 has been revealed in New York for several days. It is the latest smartphone of Samsung. The iPhone 5 is the latest phone of Apple. Let’s make a comparison between the two latest smartphones.

There is a form about the comparison of hardware and battery life between iPhone 5 and Galaxy S4.

I will not hastily say which one is better. It is decided by personal taste.

Both the iPhone 5 and Galaxy S4 have their advantages and disadvantages. On the hardware, Galaxy S4 is superior to iPhone 5 in several aspects.The most disappointed one is that there is no NFC and Micro SD slot on iPhone 5.

The Galaxy S4 battery is almost twice the size of the iPhone 5, which is due to due to the huge screen of Galaxy S4. But  Apple is famous for its ability to squeeze as much life as possible out of smaller batteries by specifically optimizing the software for the hardware.

The iPhone 5 is much smaller and lighter than the S4. The other notable difference is that the Galaxy S4 is plastic, while the iPhone 5 is aluminium.If you want a big-screen device, go for the Galaxy S4; if you want something that’s easier to hold, go for the iPhone 5.

The Galaxy S4, with Android 4.2 and the TouchWiz skin, is completely and utterly different from iOS 6 on the iPhone 5.

Since I like something small and light, I will choose iPhone 5. That is the only reason for myself.

 
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Transfer Photos from iPhone to iPhone

Published on March 18, 2013 by in iPhone

This guide will focus on how to share photos between two iPhones via Wi-Fi network, without iTunes and any USB cables. This guide applies to both the iPhone and iPod. You can draw some differences between the two.

Make sure both the two iPhones are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

In order to distinguish the two iPhones we call them iPhone Sender and iPhone Receiver.

Step1 Install and run iPhone WiFi Transfer on the two iPhones separately.

Step2 Tap the “Send” button on iPhone Sender, and select ‘Send Photos & Videos To: iPod iPhone iPad’ tab.

Step3 Choose an album to send photos on iPhone Sender to iPhone Receiver

Step4 Select photos one by one or ‘Select All’ files of the album

Step5 tap the ‘Receive’ button on iPhone Receiver screen.

Step6 Choose the iPhone Sender to get the selected photos

Step7 Tap the Download button to save files on iPhone Receiver album

You can select an album or create one for the photos.
You will get an authorization required dialogue on iPhone Receiver.

You will also get an authorization requirement on your iPhone Sender. Tap ‘Yes, Always’ or ‘Yes, This Time Only’ to continue the transferring.

These photos will be transferred to iPhone Receiver immediately. Then you can locate them in the iPhone Receiver Photo Library.

 
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Transfer Photos from Mac to iPhone Without iTunes Installed

Published on March 15, 2013 by in iPhone, Mac

We have talked how to transfer photos from iPhone to Mac via WiFi network. In this guide, we will show how to transfer photos from Mac to iPhone with the iPhone WiFi Transfer Mac companion not a web browser. This guide applies to both the iPhone and iPod.
One of the most important points is to connect the iPhone and Mac machine to the same Wi-Fi network.

Step1 Run the iPhone WiFi Transfer on the iPhone.

Step2 Tap the “Receive” button to get photos from Mac.

Choose the “Receive From Computer:”. Then there will be two device addresses on the iPhone screen.

Step3 Run the Mac companion on the Mac machine and get the iPhone data.

Click the refresh arrow. Then hit the “Manual Entry” to get the following screen.

Input one of the two device addresses as shown on the iPhone screen into the box. If you have iTunes installed, you can choose the first one.

Step4 Select photos for uploading on Mac.

Click the “Upload to Album” icon. Select an album for your newly uploaded photos. Then “Select Photos and Videos…” on Mac machine.

Step5 Transfer photos form Mac to iPhone

Those selected photos will be uploaded from Mac to iPhone immediately. You can locate them in iPhone Photo Library.

 
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Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac Without iTunes Installed

Published on March 15, 2013 by in iPhone, Mac

In this article, we will show how to transfer photos from iPhone to Mac with the iPhone WiFi Transfer Mac companion not a web browser. This guide applies to both the iPhone and iPod.
One of the most important points is to connect the iPhone and Mac machine to the same Wi-Fi network.

Step1 Run the iPhone WiFi Transfer on the iPhone.

Step2 Tap the “Send” button to send photos to Mac.
Choose the “Send Photos & Videos To: Computer”. Then there will be two device addresses on the iPhone screen.

Step3 Run the Mac companion on the Mac machine and get the iPhone data.

Click the refresh arrow. Then hit the “Manual Entry” to get the following screen.
Input one of the two device addresses as shown on the iPhone screen into the box. If you have iTunes installed, you can choose the first one.

Step4 Select and expand one album to choose photos you need.

Select a folder on Mac .Then Download Selected or Download All photos in this album to your Mac.
After those photos have been downloaded successfully, you can locate them on your Mac.

Related article: Transfer Photos from Mac to iPhone

 
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New Features of iPhone WiFi Transfer

The iPhone WiFi Transfer has been upgraded to the version 3.0 for nearly a month. I will show you some brand new features for you.
1. There are some improvements on the app icons. The following are some screenshots.

Of course, I just post some of the new icons. If you are interested in it, you can go to App Store to have a look.

2. I will focus on the most outstanding improvement of the new version. There is an Authorization requirement when downloading photos and video from another device. Just like the following.

If you would like to transfer files to another device, you can tap “Yes, Always” or “Yes, This Time Only”. If you don’t recognize the other device, you can tap “No” to reject it.
In this case, it guarantees the safety of personal privacy.

3. It also can remember the photos and videos that have been transferred, so you can skip them to avoid duplicated copy if the transfer process is interrupted.

If you would like to download those files again, you can tap “Download Again” continue the transferring process. Or you can “Skip” to ignore those downloaded files..

All these new improvements make iPhone WiFi Transfer an ideal tool for copying whole photo library to a new device.

Related articles:

Share Photos and Video between iPad and iPod

Download Files from iPad to Windows PC

Upload Files from Windows PC to iPad

Share Photos and Videos between iPod and Windows PC

 
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What iCloud Is and How It Works

Published on March 6, 2013 by in iCloud, iOS

The iCloud is an Apple email, storage and data synchronization subscription service that provides 5GB of storage for free. You only get 5 GB for free no matter how many Apple devices you own. Apple also offers 20 GB, 50GB and more to purchase for users. You can purchase more storage online on your Mac in System Preferences or from your iPhone or iPad under iCloud settings.

It can save users’ address book, calendar, notes, Safari bookmarks and photos on Apple’s servers — changes and additions to one Apple device can be pushed to the other registered Apple devices. It requires an Apple ID.

Operating system requirements:
iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad: iOS 5 or later
Mac: OS X Lion 10.7.2 or later
Windows: Windows Vista or Windows 7 with Outlook 2007 or 2010, and the iCloud Control Panel

Some Features of iCloud:

  1. A free “@me.com” email address.
  2. “Find my iPhone,” which lets users opt-in to geo-locate, lock and remote wipe their iPhone, Mac or iPad if it is lost or stolen.
  3. Photo Stream: a service that can automatically upload and store photos in a device’s camera roll for access from another device.
  4. Device backups : iPhones and iPads can be automatically backed up to the iCloud mobile service daily when the screen is locked and the device is connected to Wi-Fi and a power source. Backups can also be done manually.
  5. Download: Purchases from the iTunes store, the iBookstore and the App Store can be saved in a digital locker and can be downloaded to the user’s other Apple devices automatically or manually.
  6. Save settings: store purchase history settings and data in iCloud so users don’t have to re-enter information on multiple devices.

If you would like to know more about iCloud and how it works, you can go to Apple Support.

How to set up iCloud

 
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    Reviews on App Store

  • 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.