Review: Wireless Transfer App for Mac transfers users' photos/videos from iOS to Mac

Transfer photos and videos from iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch to your Mac using Wireless Transfer App for Mac.

Wireless Transfer App for Mac opens to a feature-packed interface that allows users to transfer photos and videos via Wi-Fi between Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. You will also need the Wireless Transfer App for iOS, which is available on the App Store for $2.99. The application performed terrifically, and its ease of use makes it an intuitive way to transfer photos and videos across Apple devices.

Wireless Transfer App for Mac installs by dragging and dropping the program icon into the applications folder. Upon opening the application, users are prompted that the application requires the installation of the iOS application on their Apple mobile device to use the program's features. Wireless Transfer App for Mac's interface is well-designed and easy to use. The main menu bar offers users transfer options, such as the ability to create a new album, upload, download, and more. The program interface displays the IP address of the paired device at the top of the screen. The left side of the interface displays albums from the photo library, which users can click to display photos and videos in the camera roll section of the interface. Clicking on the plus button located in the photo library allows users to create a new album. Underneath the camera roll, users can download selected items, all photos, or upload to move photos and videos between the paired devices. The application performed impeccably, and functioned well with the Wireless Transfer App for iOS, moving photos and videos between paired devices quickly and without error.

Wireless Transfer App for Mac, when paired with the iOS version, will be useful for users needing to wirelessly transfer photos and videos between their Mac and iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.

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