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Description

Have you ever had the need to download your photos to a computer that is not yours ? Have you ever thought that it should be as easy as any other task on the iPhone ? Sending pictures in emails doesn't look that good and nevertheless it takes a lot of time ? Please meet WiFiPhoto.
WiFiPhoto is the fastest way to download full quality photos from your Camera Roll or Photo Library to any computer over a WiFi network. No need for the dock or a usb cable, no compromise on quality. Just pick your photos or videos and point your browser to the web address displayed to instantly download a zipped archive with all your picks.

FEATURES
- Simple and elegant interface
- Select multiple photos
- Change image quality, size and format to fit your needs
- Download a compressed archive of all photos
- Autorotate. No need for further adjustments after download
- Pick from Camera roll or Photo library
- Retrieve all EXIF metadata

If you run into any problems PLEASE WRITE ME.

What’s New

Version 2.0

- Updated for iOS 11
- Pick photos and videos
- Autorotate images in right position
- Automatically convert new HEIC format to JPG for total compatibility
- Retrieve all EXIF metadata
- Scale to fit a chosen image size
- Crop to selected imge size
- Pick image format and compression level
- Create export templates for recurring tasks

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
116 Ratings

116 Ratings

ButtSeriously ,

Only missing one thing I can see...

Just downloaded this to overcome some new issue preventing me from accessing my iPhone as a camera in Win7 and have some 50+ photos to transfer, and a "Select All" button or option when picking photos from a source would be EXTREMELY handy (developer site states this is an iPhone or OS limitation). At about 8-10 seconds for each pick to get ZIPed up it can take a long time just to select more than a few photos. Still, an app that adds an extremely useful feature. Get "Select All" in there (perhaps OS4 allows for this now?) and a 5-star rating would be a no-brainer.

tomcm1 ,

Good concept but slow

Thought this would be a shortcut way to get photos uploaded to my laptop and it does that well by letting you click on the photos you want uploaded. Problem is that as you select each one it takes 15 or so seconds to process the photo. It would have been nice to select all the photos and THEN process them. So the time you spend waiting for each photo to be handled could easily be offset by connecting through hardwire to Itunes and uploading.

Feefer2 ,

Yup, what he said...

Slows your workflow, as you have to wait a long time between photos for processing. Don't waste your time...

App Privacy

The developer, Matteo Rossi, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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