Air-Photos is a wifi photo Viewer lets you direct view your photos from your computer without sync.
Do you think that is very troublesome to import photos from your computer,especially when you have to keep updating photos?
Is it not enough memory to hold your thousands of photos?
Wish to direct view photos form your computer without synchronization?
And it is also a photo sharing app ,let you share photo to others over wifi.
The features :
1.View photos on you pc without sync over wifi.
2.Slideshow,Browse thumbnails,Zoom Photo ,Drag to view next.
3.Support Ram Image (.NEF .RC2)
4.Download photos from pc,view photos offline.
5.Share photos as a website.That you can access you photos over web browser.
6.Share photo to another device as a AirPhotoServer.That others can use Air-Photos to access your photos.
7.Automatically discover available servers on the network.
8.support set password for each image folder
9.support save photo to camera roll
10.support share camera roll
11.support air-Print ,twitter photo
12.support web upload
13.Support new iPad.
15.Suport External Display(Airplay Mirroring)
16.This version has a ad bar.
Instructions for use :
AirPhotoServer on your PC computer:
1.Go to Http://www.airphotohd.com(or Http://download.airphotohd.com) download and install AirPhotoServer on your computer
2.Start the AirPhotoServer
3.Tap Image Folders and select the Photo folders which you want to browse
Air-Photos on you mobile device:
1. Download this application to mobile device
2. Ensure that your mobile device and your computer in the same wifi network
3. Start the Air-Photos and start browsing
Ratings and Reviews
Does the job, but image size affects panning speed
It does what it says. I have an iPad 4 and an MacBook pro storing large iPhoto files. I have a large scanned book library, when I first used the app, the app showed the scanned images in blurry mode. I had to switch the setting of SINGLE DISPLAY SIZE to “source” in order to see the image clearly. My single image file size is about 800KB per page (or single file).
At first I was thrown off to see the photos in blurry mode, but after I switched to “source”, the images cleared up.
However, after you start reading more images, the panning start to slowed down, probably due to the file size. I hope in future version, the user can select more options in compressing the image to “suitable", medium, large, and “source” size.
Currently the app only supports “suitable” and “source” image size. The suitable size is way too small to see. The app should offers more image compression selection options, such as 50KB, 300KB, 500KB, >500KB… etc.
Very easy to use and one of the few picture apps that shows the entire picture and not just a square thumbnail. I prefer exPhotos to air photos but it’s not available is us store.
Access when away from home?
Only under same wifi or can I access photos when I away from home?
- miao jiehong
- 3.9 MB
Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © MOI .nic
- In-App Purchases
- Remove AD banner $0.99
- Save Edited Photo $0.99
- Thumbnails Advanced Settings $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.