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Wireless Transfer App Review

Wireless Transfer App ReviewWireless Transfer App offers a simple way for you to move photos and videos between any computer or device.

It’s a holiday weekend, and you’re off at a friend’s house, celebrating the end of the summer with a BBQ. You’re having a good time, so you take a few pictures and shoot some video with your iPhone of the big day so that you can remember it forever. Before you leave your friend asks, “Suppose I could get a copy of those pictures?”

With iCloud, there are a lot of ways to send your pictures between your own devices, but what about to another person? Sending them via email can be tedious, and even with iCloud, there’s still no great way to transfer movies. What if there was a way you could transfer those files anywhere to any device that has an¬†Internet connection? That’s what Wireless Transfer App is all about.

Wireless Transfer App Review

How does it work? If you want to send between your iPhone and iPad, for example, just fire up Wireless Transfer App on both devices. Select Send on the device you’re using to send the files, and Receive on the other end. Then just pick your device and tap on what files you want. And if you want to do the same thing on your Mac or PC, just enter in the web address at the bottom of the screen into your web browser and a page like the one pictured above will appear. Pick the photos you want, and they’re yours.¬†Seriously, it’s that easy.

Wireless Transfer App is available right now at the iTunes App Store, and it’s free, so you really have no excuse not to try it out. Go give it a shot and get those files moving today!

Featured by Kevin Whipps at http://iphone.appstorm.net

Wireless Transfer App: Share Media Between iDevices

Wireless Transfer App, developed by Shenzhen Socusoft Co., is a new and useful utility that allows you to easily move photos and videos between iDevices which have the app installed, along with your computer. Whether you’re a casual iPhotographer or an all-out photo-sharing wizard, Wireless Transfer App has the potential to be a valuable tool.

Wireless Transfer App Review

The app has a very simple interface which is easy to navigate. The provided directions right on the main screen make it super simple to either upload or download photos. Transferring media to/from a computer is as easy as opening your web browser and entering the IP address which is provided by the app. In order for this to work, however, all devices must be on the same wireless network. Once your device has connected with your computer, you’re able to upload and download to your heart’s content.

If you’re looking to transfer photos and videos between iDevices, it’s just as easy. Simply install Wireless Transfer App on all devices (luckily it’s universal) and connect to the same Wi-Fi network. The app automatically detects other devices on the network, which simplifies things immensely.

Wireless Transfer App Review

The only problem I’ve encountered while using the app is the inability to consistently connect it to my computer (hence only three stars). If you’re of the technologically faint of heart, delving into your router and diagnosing the problem might not be so easy. I’ve also noticed the app doesn’t work on public Wi-Fi networks.

Overall Value

Wireless Transfer App is perfect for folks who own more than one Apple device and would like to bypass uploading photos and videos to virtual clouds or computers. Though I don’t see it being used very often as a means of transferring media to a computer, its use as a iPad to iPhone/iPod (and vice versa) connection is where the app truly shines.

Wireless Transfer App is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad. Requires iOS 4.2 or later.

Reviewd by Sarah Hanlon in http://www.theiphoneappreview.com/2012/09/wireless-transfer-app-review/

Transfer photos from iPhone to iPad via wifi

iPhone to iPad wireless transferI have the iMovie app installed on my iPad 2. I’d like to add pics shot with my iPhone 4 to my iMovie project to create movies from time to time. Though I can also install iMovie on my iPhone and directly edit the photos there, I still prefer working on my iPad due to its bigger screen. If there are only one or several photos I need to import into iMovie, I just send them by email on my iPhone and then receive and save them on my iPad. Yet, if there are a great number of photos I need to insert into iMovie, it is just troublesome to send and receive emails. Before, I would download photos from my iPhone to my iPad in the following way:

1. Connect my iPhone to my PC via cable
2. Copy the photos from my iPhone to my PC
3. Connect my iPad to my PC via cable
4. Launch iTunes
5. Transfer the photos from my PC to my iPad with the sync of iTunes

Obviously, regarding the lengthy steps, it is an inadvisable way to get iPhone photos over to iPad. Besides, if you view iPhone photos on your PC, you will find they are unorganized with numerous folders. It is hard to get the photos you really need.

I am glad I now have Wireless Transfer App to help me transfer photos between my iPad and my iPhone. This app utilizes wifi connection to transfer photos and videos between iPhone, iPad or iPod devices. You never need iTunes or USB cable again. And it is now available for free on the iTunes app store. It is well worth trying it out right now. Here is the iTunes preview link:

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wireless-transfer-app/id543119010?mt=8

Now let me share my experience of using Wireless Transfer App to transfer photos from my iPhone to my iPad:

1. Download Wireless Transfer App and install it on my iPhone and my iPad.

2. Check whether my iPad and my iPhone are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

3. Run Wireless Transfer App on my iPad and my iPhone

Below is the welcome interface of Wireless Transfer App for iPhone

transfer photos from iPhone to iPad via wifi

4. Tap the “Receive” button on my iPad. Then the device name of my iPhone appears.

download photos from iPhone to iPad via wifi

5. Tap the name of my iPhone. All photos and videos in my iPhone’s photo library are listed.

copy photos from iPhone to iPad via wifi

6. Select the photos that I want to transfer. Tap the “Download” button to start the transfer. The selected photos are being downloaded to my iPad photo library.

sync photos from iPhone to iPad via wifi

7. Launch the “Photos” app in my iPad to find the photos downloaded from my iPhone.

How to transfer pictures from iPhone to Mac via wifi

Hey everyone i’m looking for something to transfer my photos from my iPhone to my mac without attaching usb cable. There seems to be so many to choose from in the app store and i just wanted to know which is best.

I wanna put the photos on my iphone onto my mac hard driver. Does anyone knows how to move iphone photos to mac? iTunes is disabled. So maybe a useful 3rd party software?

If you are having similar problems, you will find this post helpful. Wireless Transfer App offers a creative and efficient way to get iPhone photos over to Mac. You don’t need to connect your iPhone to your Mac via USB cable or open iTunes in order to get the photos transferred. The $1.99 iOS app takes full advantage of Wi-Fi network to download files between iPhone and Mac.

Now let’s take a look at the instructions:

1. Download and install Wireless Transfer App to your iPhone

The iTunes Link

2. Make sure your iPhone and your Mac are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

3. Run Wireless Transfer App on your iPhone.

transfer iPhone photos to Mac

4. Find the http address at the bottom of the screen.

5. Open a web browser in your Mac and type the address exactly as that appears on your iPhone (including the colon and the following port number).

transfer photos from iphone to Mac

6. The browser will list all the photos and videos in your iPhone.

7. Select and download the photos you want to transfer to your Mac.

Done.

How to Burn iPhone Videos to DVD in Windows 7

Did you record several great videos on your iPhone and now you want to make a DVD of the videos to keep them forever? You may be looking for a way to burn iPhone videos to DVD. Actually, this can be accomplished but the process is not easy if you don’t want to pay dollors. To burn iPhone videos to a DVD disc on Windows 7, you will need to:

  1. Transfer videos from iPhone to Windows PC
  2. Convert iPhone video (.mov)
  3. Burn iPhone video to DVD in Windows DVD Maker

What you will need:

Using this 3-step method to burn iPhone videos to DVD seems to be very troublesome and does cost $1.99. However, compared with the way of using a $40-50 DVD burning tool, it is well worth a try. By the way, you will find the transfer app very helpful if you need to transfer photos and videos betwen iPhone and computer and even from one iDevice to another from time to time.

Now let’s take a look at the whole steps:

1. Transfer videos from iPhone to PC using Wireless Transfer App

1) Download and install Wireless Transfer App to your iPhone

The iTunes Preview Link

2) Make sure your iPhone and your Windows PC are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

3) Run Wireless Transfer App on your iPhone.

transfer iphone video to PC

4) Find the http address at the bottom of the screen.

5) Open a web browser in your Windows PC and type the address exactly as that appears on your iPhone (including the colon and the following port number).

6) The browser will list all the photos and videos in your iPhone.

7) Select and download the videos you want to burn to DVD.

2. Convert iPhone video using Clone2Go Free Video Converter

The iPhone videos transferred to your Windows PC are in .mov format and thus cannot be directly imported into Windows DVD Maker project. You will need to convert the videos from mov to avi, mpg, wmv or other Windows formats. Clone2Go Free Video Converter is an excellent tool to do this.

convert iphone video to avi

1) Click the “Add Video” button to import your iPhone videos.

2) From the “Profile” drop-down list, choose “Customized AVI Movie (*.avi)” as the output format.

Note: You need to set the “video codec” to “msmpeg4v2″ in order to get the converted avi files successfully imported into Windows DVD Maker.

convert iphone video mov to avi

3) Click the “Start Encode” button to start to convert iPhone video to AVI.

3. Burn iPhone videos to DVD in Windows DVD Maker

After your iPhone video files are converted into AVI video, you can launch Windows DVD Maker and import the avi files into Windows DVD Maker for burning to DVD.

burn iphone video to dvd

Done.