Rollit is the Easiest and Fastest way to transfer Photos & Videos from Computer to iPhone Camera Roll.
Rollit works with a regular USB cable, which is 3x Faster than WiFi Transferring and there is absolutely no third-party software to install
Enjoy the Simplicity, only a couple of touches are enough to do the job.
• Transfer Photos & Videos directly to your Camera Roll using USB Cable.
• The only application support transferring Live Photos to Camera Roll.
• Transfer Photos & Videos in full resolution, no quality reduces.
• No transfer limits in terms of number and size of each media.
• Preserves Photo Metadata (Exif, Location, Data, Etc).
• Ordered transfer feature allows you to transfer your Photos & Videos Either by Name or Date.
• The only application support as many extension (jpg, jpeg, gif, png, tif, tiff, bmp, bmpf, ico, icns, cur, dng, xbm, heic, mov, mp4, m4v, 3gp).
SOME USER REVIEWS :
Jesus I love you! Dude the app works. I have 3000 photos that I wanted back in my camera roll so that they save in the iCloud as a backup. I'm sick of having to sync to the computer and back in. Now I no longer have to do this since all the photos are in the camera roll.
***** Did exactly what I needed it to.
Loaded photos back into my camera roll with date and geolocation intact.
***** No Syncing!
This app works great! No need to sync your photos or videos to your phone, choose what you want on your phone without syncing!
***** Easy! Well-designed, simple interface.
Accidentally deleted a photo from iPhone camera roll when transferring photos to my iMac & used this app to transfer back to iPhone camera roll from iMac. One more cat photo now successfully posted to Instagram!
***** Life saver. Period!
Discovered Rollit via a friend after I restored my iPhone but the Camera Roll remained empty. Rollit is the only solution that allows you to import any photo or video to the device's Camera Roll, in minutes. Highly recommended!!
• Support iOS 12
• Support Live Photos transferring
• Support more photos extensions
• Fix bugs and crashes
Ratings and Reviews
Super useful utility
Heard about this app on reddit and was interested in trying it out. Wanted to transfer my Google Photos library over to iCloud and couldn't think of an easier way to do it than move all my photos and videos into the Photos app on my 128GB iPhone 6 Plus. However, there is no way to natively move images into the camera roll. Without a Mac to move the images from a Google Drive folder, the only solution was to use an intermediary app to transfer pictures and videos to the Camera Roll, then enable iCloud Photo Library once done. This app surely accomplished the task like a champ.
I'm only giving the app 4 stars because the app doesn't natively support the iPhone 6 Plus' resolution and I had an issue with flickering while in the app (especially when banner notifications arrived) and had to restart the loading and transfer process after an hour wait due to an uncommunicated screw up in the process.
Overall, great app that was well worth the money and that I will continue to use in the future if necessary.
Whenever I get a new iDevice, I always start fresh rather than restore from backup. In the past I would usually just look around for a day or so trying out different apps and would eventually find something that worked.
I heard about this app online, it looked good but the $1.99 price was a bit of a deterrent, but after trying out many different apps and not having any success, I went ahead and bought this. What would usually have taken me several days to do took about an hour with Rollit. Everything transferred correctly, and I absolutely love the option of sorting by date, something that a lot of other apps I tried lacked.
If you are looking for a way to transfer your photos/videos into your iDevice's Camera Roll, this is for you. Don't let the $1.99 price deter you, it's worth it.
You Can Put Photos BACK Into Camera Roll!
Yes, this awesome utility can actually put photos from your PC or Mac hard drive BACK INTO the iPhone camera roll!
Just got a new Xs and restored from prior phone backup. Problem? Photos taken with the new device started with the last photo number from the old phone. Img_89xx in my case. That means that when I reach 9999, it will revert to 0001 putting the images out of chronological order.
Scrubbed the web for a solution and found Rollit. I backed up the two folders that had camera roll images to my PC and then used the burst mode to get to number #9999 images then deleted them from the phone and restarted. There were no camera roll folder or images left. I took one photo and it was saved as 0001. Perfect!
Used Rollit to transfer the backed up images (using numbered image transfer option) and it made a new folder 120 with my photos in there starting from 0001!
Works perfectly! My camera roll now has 202 photos numbered 1-202.
Kudos to this app! And all this for only $2! Don’t tell them, they might raise the price to what this app is really worth!
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.