October 20, 2009 in Photo and Video (E)
[prMac.com] Sovico, Italy - Matteo Rossi has announced that his popular photo transfer iPhone app iPhone WiFiPhoto has been chosen as an "Apple Staff Favorite" on the US App Store. WiFiPhoto, a fast and straightforward way to transfer photos instead of using emails, has gathered positive reviews from multiple iPhone blogs and tech sites.
"I am very excited that WiFiPhoto has been selected as an Apple Staff Favorite," said Matteo Rossi. "In the next few days I will submit a new update with some great new features."
With a simple and elegant interface, WiFiPhoto makes it easy to download photos from iPhone and iPod Touch to any computer over a wifi network without USB cables. The application works as a web server to which any computer over the LAN can connect via browser (all major ones are supported: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome). It's possible to download multiple pictures in a single compressed file with any desired compression quality at full resolution. The application solves the problem of shrunk photos transferred via email and adds control to finely tune image quality.
Multiple options are available. Server port change makes it possible to face firewall related problems. Users can pick photos from Camera Roll or from Photo Library while adjusting image quality to best fit their needs. WiFiPhoto can be set to transfer a single zipped file as soon as a browser connects to its webpage. A video walkthrough is available at Matteo Rossi's website. WiFiPhoto has been positively reviewed by iPhone App Reviews and is recommended by iPhone Application List. It's been #3 in Top Paid Applications in Italy. It's been positively reviewed by CNET's iPhone Atlas.
* U.S. English, Italian, Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Japanese and Chinese
* iPhone or iPod Touch 3.0 or later
Pricing and Availability:
WiFiPhoto 1.1 is only $0.99 (USD) and available now on the AppStore in the Photography Category.
Matteo Rossi is an independent developer of iPhone applications, located in Milan, Italy. He has been developing software for the Mac, for over 10 years. Copyright (C) 2009 Theolternative. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.