Do not know how to transfer photos from computer to iPad? Read this article to get 3 methods in 5 minutes.
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Recently you were given an iPad as gift, maybe the iPad mini 4 or iPad Pro. For an iPad newbies, there are many problems that you may feel confused. How to transfer photos from computer to iPad can be one of them. You may wonder "Is this going to be a difficult process for a novice?" To help you sort out this confusion, this article will give you 3 methods on sync photos to iPad. You can first have a look on these 3 methods and pick the easier way for you to have a try.
If you have enough iCloud storage space (You need to pay for the extra space lager than 5 GB) and have the iCloud Photo Library beta enabled on your iPad, you can upload pictures to photo library through the iCloud website. Once the pictures have been uploaded, they will show in your iPad photo library soon if you have Wi-Fi connected.
Step 1. Go to iCloud website via iCloud.com > Log in your Apple ID.
Step 2. Click on Photos icon > Click on Upload.
Step 3. Browse and choose the photos (only JPG images) you need > Click on Open.
If you do not have enough iCloud storage space to save your multiple photos, or your iPad cannot use iCloud photo library, iTunes can help you sync photos to iPad.
Step 1. Open iTunes > Connect your iPad to computer.
Step 2. Click on Photos under Summary > Click on Sync Photos.
Step 3. Select the folder that save your photos > Click on Open > Click on Apply to confirm.
iTunes can erase the previous photos in your iPad photo library, which means you will lose some lovely photos that you treasure a lot. Do not want to lose anything? Next method can help you.
PrimoPhoto is an easy-to-use iPad photo manager, which can help you add photos to iPad easily. Unlike iTunes, it will not erase any existed photos on your iPad photo library. With PrimoPhoto, you can:
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Step 1. Launch PrimoPhoto > Connect your iPad to computer.
Step 2. Click on Import to Device > Drag the photos you want to transfer.
Step 3. Choose one album as destination > Click on Import.
Besides the above-mentioned 3 methods, there are also some other solutions that can help you:
1. Use online Cloud Storage, like Google Drive, Dropbox or SkyLive as you like.
2. Use Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo to send an email with a photo attachment, just a small number of photos of course.
3. Use AirDrop to share pictures between Mac computer and your iPad.
Lena Member of @PrimoSync team, an Apple fan as well as an anime lover. Like to share solutions on Apple related problems.