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by Lena on Feb. 01, 2016 | NO COMMENT

How to Transfer Photos from Windows PC to iPad with ease

If you are looking for the easiest method on how to transfer photos from PC to iPad, this article will give you the exact answer.

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"How can I transfer photos from pc to iPad 3? Is there an app or something? I don't want to transfer all my photos, just some of them, as I don't have enough space on my iPad to fit all the photos I already have on my pc."

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There are various reasons that you want to transfer photos from computer to iPad, such as you may want to transfer some family photos to iPad as wallpaper, or you'd like to import some interesting pictures from friend's computer. Whatever the reason, the emphasis is on the transfer method. You may like to use the easiest method to help you solve this problem.

In this case, you can rely on an all-round iPad photo manager to help you transfer all or selected pictures from PC to iPad just in minutes. It will be your good assistant in managing your iPad photos. PrimoPhoto can let you:

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How to Transfer Photos from PC to iPad with PrimoPhoto

Step 1. Open PirmoPhoto > 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 button.

Transfer Photos from PC to iPad with PrimoPhoto

Transfer Photos from PC to iPad with PrimoPhoto

More Suggestions on Transfer Photos from PC to iPad

Here are some other methods that can help you transfer photos from PC to iPad:

1. If you have enough iCloud storage space and have iCloud Photo Library beta enabled on your iPad, you can use it to sync your photos.

2. You can use some online Cloud Storage, like Google, SkyLive, Dropbox and so on.

3. Send an email to yourself and save the pictures in email on your iPad.


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