PhotoSync logo newPhotoSync 2.1, to date still in beta version, will likely include transfer of photos and videos from and to Android devices, a new design, performance improvements, 5 more languages and bug fixes.

PhotoSync is a versatile photo and video syncing app. 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.

The most interesting new feature will be the transfer option of photos and videos from iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to Android devices and vice-versa. For Android devices, you will need PhotoSync for Android devices which seems still in development.

PhotoSync 2.1 will be optimized for iOS 7 with a totally new design including a ‘light’ and ‘dark’ theme and will have full support for the A7 chip (64-bit support). I like the new design, especially the white theme.

Beside English and German, PhotoSync 2.1 will support 5 more languages: French, Spanish, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.

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The update of PhotoSync 2.1 will be again another step ahead to improve this excellent photo and video transferring app. The new Android feature, together with PhotoSync for Android, will complete the great syncing options of PhotoSync. You will be able to exchange photos and videos between your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Macs, Windows PCs and Android devices.

Stay tuned! 😉

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  1. […] 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 […]

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