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PhotoSync Logo new finalPhotoSync 2.1 for iOS release includes support for Android devices (PhotoSync for Android), a redesign in iOS 7 flat design style and two interface themes in dark (black) and light (white). As observed on the new PhotoSync for Android website, in the PhotoSync 2.1 for iOS beta version and on the release notes of the PhotoSync Companion for Mac and for Windows updates, PhotoSync for Android 1.0 is just released and now available in the Google Play store. The PhotoSync for Android support page is already online, too.

Download and install Photosync iOS app from the App Store:

Download and install Photosync Android app from the Google Plays Store. 

Release notes:

  • Full support for iOS 7 and iOS 7.1 design changes.
  • New Dark and Light user interface theme

    PhotoSync 2.1 light theme

    Source: miApple.me

  • New Support for additional languages: French, Spanish, Japanese, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese localization additional to English and German.
  • New Support to communicate with Android devices (running the new PhotoSync for Android)

    PhotoSync 2.1 Android support: Phone/tablet instead of iPhone/iPad/iPod

    Source: miApple.me

  • Various bug fixes regarding iOS 7 and iOS 7.1

PhotoSync 2.1 Quick Start Help in light theme design:

Note: PhotoSync requires iOS 5 or higher. Some features are only available on iOS 6 or higher or on specific devices. FlashAir is a registered trademark(TM) of Toshiba Corporation.

Download PhotoSync companion on your Windows PC or Mac: 

PhotoSync 2.1 for iOS delivers support for Android devices and a new flat design. Today PhotoSync for Android 1.0 was released, too.

Stay tuned! 😉

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  1. […] PhotoSync is a versatile photo and video syncing app for iOS and Android. You can use it with the most common cloud services and for your private cloud / iCloud (for details see my review on PhotoSync 2.0). In addition, PhotoSync transfers also your photos and videos to a Windows PC or a Mac. […]

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