Share images synchronized with iTunes.Antony Peel
One of the major problems that can arise for a user of an Apple device (iPod, iPad or iPhone) is that an image the is synchronized between the computer and the device using iTunes, can not be shared with another computer, because it is stored inside the device's database. To avoid this happening you can use PicsAid.
Share whatever images you want
As its name indicates, PicsAid, has only been designed to offer a small help to the users when it comes to sharing or recovering photographs that have been synchronized with an iPod, iPad or iPhone.
Using PicsAid is very simple, all you have to do is connect one of the devices to the computer to be able to access the photographs as if the Windows explorer was being used, with the possibility to eliminate and copy photographs very easily.
The main purpose of PicsAid is to be able to share photos with friends and family, but it can also come in very handy when for some reason the computer has suffered a problem and stored photos have been lost.
Therefore, if you want to have access to an application that will allow you to share those photographs that you thought you could no longer get out of your iPod, iPad or iPhone, you only have to download PicsAid.
- This download is a trial version that has certain limitations.
- It is necessary to have iTunes installed.
- It is necessary to activate the device's disc mode.