How many times have you been in a situation where you needed to get pictures off of your iPhone? For me, it happens on a regular basis. Usually I have my trusty iPhone cord handy. But at times I forget my cord and have to email the pictures to myself. To be honest, emailing pictures to yourself is a real pain. Luckily for all of us, the folks that created the Bump app have added a really cool feature to it. Now you can transfer pictures from your iPhone to your computer wirelessly. So with this we no longer have to email pictures or rely on cords. Here is how to transfer pictures from iPhone to computer wirelessly using Bump.
Transfer Pictures from iPhone to Computer Wirelessly using Bump
Before we start transferring pictures wirelessly to your computer, we need to install Bump on your iPhone. Head on over to the App Store and download Bump.
The Bump app will take a moment to install on your iPhone. On your computer you will want to go to this link: http://bu.mp.
You have to be on the same WiFi network for this to work. Queue up a file, picture or anything, and get ready to bump. You will then want to Bump your spacebar with your phone. You will get a nice prompt asking if you want to connect on your iPhone. Press the Connect button.
Back over to your computer you will see a similar prompt. Asking if you want to connect. Press the Yes button to transfer your files.
Your files will be ready to download. Press the download button to get them. In the left hand corner their is another button to send files to your phone. You can press it and send files between your computer and your phone.
A Send to Phone prompt will open. Here you can drag and drop your files or pictures and send them to your phone. You can also press the Add Files button to select files from your computer. Files going to your Phone will be stored in the Bump app.
See how easy that was? If you have a better way to transfer pictures from your iPhone to your computer, share them in the comments.
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