Touchbyte GmbH has released a new version of its wireless photo-transfer app, PhotoSync, for iOS devices. PhotoSync 1.7 includes SkyDrive support, as well as compatibility with the upcoming iOS 6.
With less than a day to go before iOS 6 makes its big debut, the folks at Touchbyte decided to test their popular PhotoSync app against the GM rolled out by Apple to ensure that everyone is able to reap its benefits even after installing iOS 6.
In addition to offering compatibility with the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, PhotoSync 1.7 includes SkyDrive Support, which enables users to upload their photos and videos to Microsoft’s cloud.
PhotoSync even lets you create new folders on SkyDrive before the uploading begins, according to Touchbyte.
Another change you’ll notice (if you’re an avid user of the app) is that PhotoSync now lets you specify more privacy options when you create new Facebook albums.
Other changes include improved compatibility with PhotoStream; corrected sort order of photos/videos for the option "Oldest First;" and improved transfer reliability on sluggish Wi-Fi networks.
“PhotoSync will transform your photo handling forever,” says touchbyte. “It‘s the first app that makes wireless transfer of your photos/videos from or to your computer and other iOS devices - a breeze.”
The app not only integrates with SkyDrive, but also with everyone’s favorite cloud app, Dropbox
, as well as Picasa/Google+, Facebook, SmugMug, 500px, Flickr, Box, Zenfolio, WebDAV, and Google Drive.
There’s a lengthy list of technical requirements for some features that you might want to check out if you’re using PhotoSync for the first time, so we suggest you hit up this link
The app works with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad and requires iOS 4.2 or later.
Download PhotoSync iOS ($1.99 / €1.59)