Hamburg, Germany – touchbyte today released PhotoSync 2.1 for iOS, a major upgrade to the most versatile and powerful app to transfer, backup and share photos & videos over the air. PhotoSync 2.1 for iOS introduces the ability to transfer photos & videos from/to Android devices. The update also includes 64-Bit support and a revamped user interface optimized for iOS 7. PhotoSync 1.0 for Android is introduced alongside PhotoSync 2.1 for iOS and available as a free download on the Google Play Store starting today.
Introduced in February 2011, PhotoSync is a long-time favorite amongst iPhone/iPad users to move their photos & videos wirelessly between devices, transfer from/to computer (Windows and Mac), as well as upload to a variety of cloud & photo services and NAS. Today’s update now makes the application truly multi-platform and enables the transfer of photos & videos from/to Android devices over Wi-Fi.
“We are excited to bring PhotoSync to Android. Today’s update makes PhotoSync the easiest and quickest way to transfer photos & videos from an Android smartphone to an iPad. It’s also great for backing up photos & videos to your Computer with one single touch and for direct transfer of photos & videos between Android devices.” says Helmut Schottmueller, CEO of touchbyte.
PhotoSync 2.1 for iOS has been completely rewritten to take advantage of iOS 7. Users can now select between a dark and light user-interface theme and enjoy 64-bit support on Apple’s latest devices. PhotoSync for iOS also ships with a French, Spanish, Japanese, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese localization.
Accompanying the release of PhotoSync 2.1 for iOS & PhotoSync 1.0 for Android, touchbyte has also developed new versions of the free PhotoSync Companion for Mac and Windows PC available for download on their website.
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