Picture Transfer Companion

Developer: Delite Studio S.r.l.

Current Version: 1.2

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 707.2 KB - Download

Description:

*** From the creators of the acclaimed File Transfer ***

Exchange full resolution photos and videos with your iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches over WiFi.

It is quick and easy. No configuration required, no need to enter an address to connect. Devices are automatically discovered. Drag photos and videos and they are transferred to your device in seconds. Without iTunes and without USB cable.

Exif (Exchangeable image file format) data are preserved and, to ensure the highest quality, no compression is applied.

Picture Transfer Companion is not a cloud. Files are transferred directly on your local network. No need to upload your files to the Internet, then download them on any device.

Picture Transfer Companion supports photos and videos in these formats:

• jpg/jpeg
• png
• tif/tiff
• gif
• bmp
• mov
• mp4
• m4v

Picture Transfer Companion requires Picture Transfer* to be installed on your device.

Picture Transfer Companion is optimized for your MacBook Pro with Retina display.

Delite Studio develops high-quality native applications and delivers a great customer service. Do you enjoy using this app? Write a positive review. Do you need help? Let us know, we will do everything to help you.

* For iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Available on the App Store: www.delitestudio.com/go/picture-transfer-ios

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Release Notes:

Bug fixes and general improvements.

Enjoy the new update? Please write a review. And if you've got any ideas on how we can keep improving our app, we're all ears. Drop us a line through the page "Contact" at www.delitestudio.com.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.2
Review by Naughtygirlys

Does what it says - And it was free. Thats novel today. Once I set it up (simple) and put Picture Transfer on my iPhone 5s it transferred photos rapiidly to my desktop Mac. They both must be on the same network and running at the same time. Apple should include a program like this with there products. You can transfer photos via messaging or eMail, but this program is more straight forward and, I think, easier. This makes me want to use my iPhone more for photos. Version 1.2

Found helpful by 6 out of 10 people
1/5
Version 1.1
Review by TíTo31

It simply didn't work - I had my iPhone hooked up to my Mac to transfer my pics from the phone to the computer. The app never picked up or sync with my phone. Details on the app did not specify if an additional app needed to be downloaded, so I basically waited for something to happen...and nothing did.

Found helpful by 2 out of 3 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 1.2
Review by Naughtygirlys

Does what it says - And it was free. Thats novel today. Once I set it up (simple) and put Picture Transfer on my iPhone 5s it transferred photos rapiidly to my desktop Mac. They both must be on the same network and running at the same time. Apple should include a program like this with there products. You can transfer photos via messaging or eMail, but this program is more straight forward and, I think, easier. This makes me want to use my iPhone more for photos. Version 1.2

Found helpful by 6 out of 10 people
4/5
Version 1.2
Review by GrassValleyGal

Works great once you figure out to select iPad photos FIRST to get export - This little app does a nice job once you figure out how to export from your mobile to your computer. I wasted about 10 minute trying to figure this out, from my iPad Air 2 to my iMac, because NO instructions are provided in the app, and NO instructions are on the Delete Studio website. In the website FAQ, the answer to the question “Can I export photos from my device to my computer?” is “Yes, just download the free Pic Transfer Companion to your iMac.” Okay fine, but then HOW do you actually export them? I could only see “IMPORT” on my iPad, and I wanted to export, not import. After getting very frustrated, I came here to leave a negative review, but in reading existing reviews, saw one that said, “Just tap the photos you want to export, then hit Export.” OK!!! But why can’t Delite Studio just SAY THAT? I tried it, and sure enough, as soon as I tapped a photo, the word Import changed to Export. Maybe I’m showing my age and a younger person would have known this immediately (and I do not have a smartphone), but I will never understand why some apps do not provide even the most basic “how to.” I would have given this five stars if it had only said somewhere that I needed to select/tap the photos first, then I would get the Export feature. FYI, the free version lets you export one photo at a time. Pay the $1.99 so you can export them all at once.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
5/5
Version 1.2
Review by Veritaros

simple fast - and don’t have to mess with the silly photo files. pay 1.99 to be able to transfer many pictures at a time. yes , should be part of OS X

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
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