Sometimes you may run into problems transferring photos from an iPad to your Mac. I ran into a situation today where someone had copied hundreds of photos to their iPad. The photos were not strictly in the Camera Roll folder, but were showing up in the iPad's built-in Photos app. When connected to a PC, only the pics taken with the iPad 2's camera showed up. The other 100-plus photos were hidden somewhere else. With this $2.99 app called Photo Transfer App and a wi-fi connection, you can transfer any photo from your IOS and Android devices directly to your computer. But wait, there's more. You can transfer photos from your iPhone to your iPad, and vice versa wirelessly.
$2.99 is money well spent. This is the kind of app I love the most. The kind that does something functional that you couldn't easily do previously. And, it has received pretty much ALL 5-star reviews so far in the iTunes App Store. You can't say that about very many apps. Take a look at the video to see it in action.
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