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My parents and wife are iPhone users, my brother and I are Android users. For most of my photo sharing I use the PhotoSync app. It's not really a solution for sharing full size photos across the internet, it's really just for when you're on the same WiFi network, but it's been really nice. I've also got it set up to dump all of my photos on my home server whenever I plug my phone in to charge.
I payed for this app a few bugs in the play store and it works quiet well for me. You can directly upload to your users file share on your network.
If it's just your photos and videos from your phone I highly recommend PhotoSync. There's a free version that does the basic transfer, I use it on iOS and I installed it on both of my parents Android phones.
Very easy to copy over your camera roll to any device on the network.
I use PhotoSync, although I did have to pay for webdav support. You could probably also try using something like FolderSync for free, although I had some specific issues with it. PhotoPrism also has a beta android app with auto-upload, although I found it didn't work the last time I tried it. It may however be worth giving a shot, as I haven't tried it in a few months. If you do, let me know how it goes!
If you need an app to sync photos and videos with your PC/laptop over WiFi/hotspot, use PhotoSync download it from this play store link and install its PC client. Configure it and you can save photos on folderwise manner on PC.
If you need an app which can do the task using home wifi here it is https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.touchbyte.photosync&hl=en_IN
It transfers photos in folder wise manner like photos downloaded from facebook will be saved to the folder named facebook, camera photos in camera folder. You need to install its PC client though.
The title of your question contains the answer. Install PhotoSync app from the play store, I'm quoting the link as well. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.touchbyte.photosync&hl=en_IN
It has its own PC client, install that along with Bonjour service and Photo Sync services and you can transfer your photos in the same folderwise manner as of on phone.
Feel free to ask any further query.
Try Photosync app. It has a PC client to sync photos and videos between phone and pc when both are connected to the same WiFi network. Free version allows manual sync, you need to tap a button to sync and paid version allows automatic sync.
I have no idea of Windows 10 import app but if you want to import photos/videos to PC over Wifi, I'd suggest you to install Photosync app on phone and its pc client on windows 10, its a free app which allows importing photos/videos to PC in folder-wise manner.
Has a variety of methods and directions for source and sestination, has an ios app, and also has desktop companions.
More robust as it can do any file type and has several ways of copying data to and from destination. Has an ad based free version with some limitations
Photosync or foldersync depending if you just want photos/videos or any file syncing
Nextcloud app or this app [link]
Same app also exists for Android. PhotoSync
>Whats the general opinion of the phone? I'm currently using an iPhone 6, I like the phone but apple is getting on my nerves, but how does the OPT compare?
The OPT is definitely faster specs-wise, but the iOS is known to be optimized specifically for the iPhone's hardware. You get a smoother user experience with an iPhone (not saying the OPT isn't buttery smooth), but you'll get more choices of what you want to do with an OPT. Plus, the OPT is relatively new, so expect bugs on it. Particularly the latest Facebook app not working properly in OPT, but a workaround is to install the version 220.127.116.11.153 one and don't let your phone auto-update.
> What is good for protecting the phone? I know it comes with a screen protector on it out of the box, and I ordered a dbrand skin, but I haven't seen any cases that stand out on amazon or anything.
I don't invest much on cases because I want the phone to be slick and thin, but I did buy one of these because it's quite hard and thin and feels good to the touch and covers the phone's edges in case of an accidental drop.
> Whats this that I hear about the home "button" not working while it is plugged in? I hear some people cant use the home button while the phone is charging, heard some people can but it only works like half the time, and some people have no problem at all.
I think this was fixed on a quick update long ago, didn't experience this because the phone updated right after I set it up.
> Is there an easy way to transfer data? like to get photos and contacts from iPhone to the OPT, and I've heard that the USB-C the phone uses requires an extra adapter to connect to your computer if your computer doesnt have a USB-C port.
The USB-A end of the cable can still work on legacy ports from laptops and other things that is USB-A. What just really changed is you can now flip it.
I believe there's an app from the app store that lets you transfer files from iPhone to Android, but I'm not too sure.
EDIT: You can follow this: [link] or you just export it out of iTunes and drop it to your new phone.
EDIT2: PhotoSync claims you can transfer photos over WiFi without internet, but I can't test this because I don't have an iDevice.
Maybe something like that?
OK - I use PhotoSync
I've been using this for years and it works great. I use it to transfer photos to a NAS.