Quickly transfer photos & videos to and from your computer (Mac & Windows PC) over Wi-Fi. PhotoSync keeps track of your actions and notes which photos / videos have already been transferred. No cloud needed!
Securely backup photos & videos to any NAS, mobile storage device or personal cloud over SMB, (S)FTP or WebDav. PhotoSync works flawlessly with Synology, Western Digital, QNAP, Netgear, Seagate, Toshiba, SanDisk, Buffalo…
Directly send and receive photos & videos between your iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch) and Android devices over Wi-Fi & Bluetooth – no computer or cloud needed!
Directly upload & download photos & videos via Wi-Fi & 3G/LTE to your favourite cloud services: Dropbox, Google+/Picasa, Google Drive, Amazon Cloud Drive, Facebook, Flickr, SmugMug, OneDrive, Box, Zenfolio and SugarSync1.
Automatically backup photos & videos directly from iPhone/iPad/iPod touch and Android devices to computer (Mac/PC), NAS, wireless mobile storage devices and supported cloud/photo services. Five2 powerful autotransfer triggers available.
Transfer photos & videos to your device in seconds with the FREE PhotoSync companion for Mac and PC. Just drag onto the PhotoSync icon to beam to your devices. For Mac users: Direct import into the new OSX Photos App.
Wi-Fi access your photos & videos wherever you are – by opening a web browser!
View your photos on a big screen, download and upload selected photos & videos to your device. A great feature when at friends!
Take pictures, videos & RAWs on your camera equipped with a wireless SD card and download the full resolution files directly to your phone / tablet. Toshiba Flashair™ and Transcend Wi-Fi SD Cards are supported.
Set of professional & powerful features for the best photo & video transfer experience and performance: Transfers original files & preserves EXIF-data; support for RAW files; delete after transfer to free space on your device (optional); integrated viewer…
We’ve just released PhotoSync 3.3 for macOS with Dark Mode support: https://t.co/XXsXfIs0rT
@FrMichaelFanous As long as the app is in the foreground it should not black out.