May 30, 2013 in Utilities (E)
[prMac.com] Toronto, Canada - EasierMobile, Inc., a developer of cutting-edge iOS apps, has today announced the release of their much-anticipated ePhoto Transfer app for iPhone and iPad users. The app takes the hassle out of transferring photos from the device to a Mac or PC, and provides powerful organization tools with no additional software required.
Smartphones and tablets have become the go-to option for taking photos on the fly for most consumers. As the camera technology embedded in devices like the iPhone and iPad improves and photo quality increases, more and more consumers are using their phone or tablet in place of a traditional camera. However, getting photos off the device and onto a Mac or PC has traditionally been a huge hassle.
According to EasierMobile co-founder Joshua Jiang, "Many wireless transfer apps require a browser-based interface that requires many manual steps. In addition, the transfer might fail completely if the files being zipped are very large. With ePhoto Transfer, the transfer is just two steps: 1) connect, 2) drag and drop photos to your destination."
EasierMobile's new ePhoto Transfer app offers a simple, streamlined means to transfer those pictures onto a computer. There is no need for a web browser or any additional software. The app essentially turns an iPhone or iPad into a network drive, and users are able to drag and drop photos from the device to their Mac or PC with no need for another software, or even iTunes.
EasierMobile's co-founder goes on to say, "Most transfer apps require users to install additional software. Not only does that make extra work, but it doesn't allow sharing with other computers. With ePhoto Transfer, everything works with the standard features of Windows or Mac, without installing any software. You only need to connect to it, then drag and drop."
For users who want to share and transfer photos or videos from one device to another, ePhoto Transfer fully supports this functionality for iPhones, iPads and iPod touches. Users also enjoy a once-and-done download - a single download makes the ePhoto Transfer app available for both their iPhone and their iPad.
However, the new ePhoto Transfer app offers more than this. Users will also discover powerful organizational features available. For instance, users can rename, sort and search photos and videos on the device's camera roll, but they can also authorize specific photos and videos with password authentication.
Finally, the app uses Wi-Fi and optimized for personal hotspot, which means that no cables are required. Users can use this simple app to transfer anywhere, anytime, at local network speed, without cost to their data plan.
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 7.5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
ePhoto Transfer 1.2.1 is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category. There is a free version available. To learn more about EasierMobile, Inc. or the powerful new ePhoto Transfer app, visit them online.
Founded in 2011, EasierMobile Inc. was built exclusively to develop file sharing and transfer solutions for today's discerning consumers. Our background is in data security, data transfer and mobile development. All of our apps are focused on data transfer, and we strive to ensure that we offer our users a streamlined solution that offers added value, convenience and tremendous utility. Of course, we also take great pride in protecting your personal information and privacy - to that end, we institute the highest security controls in each app we develop. EasierMobile, Inc. remains dedicated to innovation, problem solving and ensuring security for our users. That drive and commitment makes us different, and we think you'll agree that our products stand out from the crowd. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2013 EasierMobile Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.