How To Send Photos From Android To iPad/iPod/iPhone



Sharing photos between different OS something is hard to do, especially between Android and iPad/iPhone, so today we will use Bump apps to share photos between any OS you want, what you need:

  • Bump apps installed on both iPad and Android.[Free]
  • Jailbreak iPad
  • Rooted Android device
  • Active internet connection


How To Send Photos Android/iPad/iPhone!


1. Install Bump on your android phone.






2. Now this is how bump app looks like, go to photo section and click "Attach Photos"



3. Choose the photo you want to send.



4. Now you are ready, go to your iPad .




5. Install Bump app on your iPad, you can find it in Apple Store free of charge.



6. Install it.



7. Run it.



8.Now you are ready to receive the files, what you need to do is hold your android phone and bump it with your iPad (check the video here!) then you will get conformational message on both devices.



9. LG-P500 is my android device, so choose "yes".




and this is a conformational message from my android





10. Thats it!





 11. You can send contacts too!



p.s : remember, you have to have active internet connection to do it!



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4 Response to "How To Send Photos From Android To iPad/iPod/iPhone"

  1. Anonymous Says:
    February 17, 2012 at 10:19 AM

    Thank you! Had tons of photos with no good way to transfer between devices. Really helped me out!

  2. Linda Allen says:
    February 20, 2012 at 2:35 PM

    I have used bump before, it is a excellent way to get in touch with details and images from iPhone to iPhone via the web. It's a lovely way to share information and facts but still it is restricted to some extent to what you do.

  3. BellaRose says:
    March 28, 2012 at 9:17 AM

    Love it! Better than using a pc to transfer pics..Worked from my iphone4s to my galaxy s 2...Now I'm looking for how to transfer videos?? From rooted android phone and jailbroken iphone4s any suggestions???

  4. Dr.Mohammed says:
    March 28, 2012 at 1:23 PM

    @ bellarose

    you can use any other uploading service such as Dropbox...

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