If you have ever wanted to transfer files between devices of any kind, you have generally been restricted to a few options – wires, NFC, or the cloud. There are minor drawbacks to each, which makes neither choice completely ideal. That is where PhotoSync comes in.
Users can easily move their photos and videos over their wireless network with metadata intact, and you likely won’t be faced with the processing issues some cloud storage services have.
Photos are transferred in full resolution, and there’s no “cloud” middleman here. Your media is sent over the local network to the device of your choosing.
If you are transferring between Android (or iOS) devices, you will need to have the PhotoSync app installed on both. If you are transferring to a computer, you will either need a supported web browser or the free Companion app installed.
PhotoSync is available for free now on Google Play, but there are in-app purchases available within the app to unlock more features.