Transfer Photos from iPhone/iPod Touch to PC/Mac using WifiPhoto
By on October 20th, 2009

Of late, I have been creating a lot of screenshots using the iPod Touch, however transferring photos from the iPhone/iPod Touch to your PC is quite a pain, since I have to email individual photos to myself.

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WiFiPhoto is a new app for iPhone/iPod touch which will allow you to transfer photos directly to your PC or Mac using a web browser. Once you have purchased the app, click on the app icon to launch it. In the beginning you will see a blank screen. Click on the add button to add images from to the gallery.

You can select as many images you want to download to the gallery. Click on the done button, once you have finished adding the images. To delete the images from the gallery, just click on the trash icon. This will only delete images from the gallery, and not from your device.

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The app will display a URL at the bottom of the screen, just type it in your PC/Mac browser to open up the web interface for WiFiPhoto. Using the web interface you can download the images to your local disk. You can also download all the images in the gallery by clicking on the Download Zip file link.

Techie Buzz Verdict

techie-buzz-recommended-software[1] WiFiPhoto is a no-brainer, it is a steal at $0.99, I bought the app without even blinking twice :-). If you use your iPhone to click photos regularly or create screenshots, this app is a must-have. It will save you lots of time and efforts over the regular method of emailing each and every photo to yourself.

The only problem with the app as I saw it was that, once your iPhone/iPod Touch goes into power saving mode, it will lose all the images you had added to the gallery.You will need to re-add them using the add button. However, that is just a minor inconvenience.

Techie Buzz Rating: 4.5/5 (Superb)

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  • http://iwannaonewebsite.com tipster

    “Transferring photos from the iPhone/iPod Touch to your PC is quite a pain, since I have to email individual photos to myself.”

    Thats easy just plug your iPhone/iPod to computer and your photos partition will appear right next to your DVD Drives. Just explore the iPhone folder and copy paste the photos. And overall it’s free try that. LOLZ

    • http://keithdsouza.com Keith Dsouza

      @tipster Thanks for the info, I knew about it. However, this app is definitely worth it as I would not want to waste time connecting the iPod to the PC everytime I click a photo or create a screenshot.

      With this app it is click, share, download and your done, no time wasting and productivity++.

  • http://socialcouch.com Ramanujam

    On the mac, the process is quite simple with Iphoto.
    Whenever i plug in my Iphone, it makes a copy and syncs all the photos to the harddisk in the specified folder .

    This app would be apt for PC users i guess.

 
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