WiFi Photo & Video Access
|WiFi PhotoAccess for iPhone, iPad
This version is universal and compatible with iOS 4.3+ and newer, and will run on iPhone 3GS and newer, iPod Touch and on all iPads.
|$ 1.99||WiFi PhotoAccess Lite
This is a free evaluation version supported by Ads. Lite version is restricted only to first page of photos and you won’t be able to download any movies.
Is it too difficult to get your photos and videos in original quality from your iPhone or iPad? Simply access them from any nearby computer or another iPhone/iPod/iPad using Web Browser without need to install any 3rd party transfer utilities.
In case you’re not on your own network and you’re using Internet Tethering through your device, you will be able to connect also using your own WiFi hotspot, Bluetooth or even USB cable.
- Access and download all your photos and videos instantly without iTunes syncing and without installing 3rd party transfer utilities
- Simply run WiFi Photo Access on your device and point Web Browser on your computer to displayed address
- One tap download for photos or videoclips (you can also choose to view in current window or view in new window) to another iPhone/iPad or any Mac or PC computer
- Download all videoclips in original and unmodified HD quality (when sending by e-mail all videos are repacked and lose quality, this won’t happen with MediaBox)
- View or download all pictures while preserving all metadata and original quality
- Show off your pictures directly from your device without need to sync, e-mail or upload
- Video thumbnails display video size in Mb and duration in seconds
- Photo Access will prevent auto-lock and screen dim feature so your WiFi connection stays alive until you close the application. When you close the application it will be active even in the background for couple of minutes until iOS notifies you about deactivating the app.
- Configurable custom port that Web Server listens on
- Optional privacy to deny access to another persons on same local network (username and password authentication)
Location Services needs to be enabled for Photo Access to be able to access your media files (this is because photos might contain GPS coordinates). This is an iOS requirement and your GPS location is not being acquired, nor used for any purpose.
If you have Restrictions turned ON, please make sure to Allow Changes for Location Services at least temporarily on first startup so Photo Access can get access to your Photos library.