PhotoSync 4.2 for iOS released
PhotoSync 4.2 introduces support for Nikon Wi-Fi cameras and the Wasbi and Backblaze cloud services for Premium users. In addition, PhotoSync features can now be easily customized and transfer targets pre-configured via a settings file or Mobile Device Management (MDM).
PhotoSync is now free to download. The free version allows you to fully test all transfer functionality but transfers only in reduced quality. This limitation can be removed by upgrading to PhotoSync Pro (one-time purchase inside the app). All existing PhotoSync users do not lose any functionality and are automatically upgraded to PhotoSync Pro. This release also introduces PhotoSync Premium with exclusive features for power users. Premium is available as an upgrade inside the app (one-time purchase or subscription with free trial, special discounts are available for existing users).
Here are some of the new features:
Backup photos & videos to Wasabi, as well as view and download photos & videos stored on Wasabi (Premium)
Backup photos & videos to Backblaze, as well as view & download photos & videos stored on Backblaze.
Managed App Configuration
You can now customise PhotoSync features and configure transfer targets using your Mobile Device Management solution (MDM) or a settings file. For more information please visit config.photosync-app.com
Nikon Wi-Fi Camera Support
Backup and transfer photos & videos the moment you take them. Manually download from Nikon Wi-Fi cameras. Photo booth support over AirPlay & HDMI. Supported Nikon Wi-Fi cameras.
More New Features & Fixes
- NEW You can now configure the PhotoSync Camera to open without the configuration screen.
- NEW For Canon and Nikon cameras, you can now specify the SSID and credentials of the camera Wi-Fi in settings. PhotoSync will then automatically connect to the camera Wi-Fi hotspot.
- Fixed: Specifying a custom port (other than 445) did not work for SMB2/3 connections.
- Fixed: Some issues in Asian language localizations.
- Fixed: Potential crash issue while browsing the path history.