The download button opens the iTunes App Store, where you
may continue the download process. You must have iTunes installed with an
active iTunes account in order to download and install the software. This
download may not be available in some countries.
WiFi Photo Transfer makes the process of moving images between iPhone and desktop as easy as a few quick clicks, streamlining a once-frustrating process. For whatever reason, moving images between an iOS device and your computer has long been an unnecessarily complicated process. For those with a Mac it was okay, but for PC-users, in iTunes, it required a third-party software or direct transfer of the images. WiFi Photo Transfer removes that extra layer of difficulty and allows you to move photos with a few, easy-to-follow steps.
WiFi Photo Transfer makes it possible to bypass transfer issues and simply access your images via a Web browser and download them to your desktop. The app doesn't do a lot other than show you what IP address to type into your browser. When you do, a screen will appear with all of your images broken down by event and album. Tap on any one album or image and you can download a ZIP of everything in there. This all happens on your Wi-Fi network, so you'll need to be connected through both your iPhone and computer to the same network over a router.
For anyone that has had difficulty getting photos off of an iPhone before, WiFi Photo Transfer makes it relatively easy. While some tech savvy is needed, the instructions are clear and the download process is fast. Download the app today and finally make the transfer process a lot easier than the copy-and-paste methods you've been using.
From Janos Barkai:
Easily access your photo libraries via wifi from any computer with a web browser! Just start the app and enter the displayed address into the address bar of your browser. Works with any computer that has a modern browser (like desktop or portable computers, iPads, or even an other iPhone) and is on the same wifi network as your phone, iPod or iPad. - You can select and transfer multiple photos at once- EXIF metadata is retained in mass-download mode (not in one-by-one mode)- Optional password protection for the web interface- Can also be used to download videos- Transfer in full resolution or scaled down- No extra software requiredIt's simple yet useful. And it's free.