What it's Used For:
- External Memory Storage
- Transfers Images From One Device to Another
It's for Apple, iPhone, iPad, Mac, iOS, Android & PC. It will not work on Kindles.
Extended Connector fits with any case. Each port has a cover. It has a USB connector: Mini for my iphone and a normal size for my computer.
It pops up a free app. This is how awkward I am with apps: I had no idea what I was doing. Travis had to tell me what to do. He was giving me the stink eye as I was doing each step. As if to say, Really Alissa! I'm on my computer all the time. I find no desire to mess with extra apps.
The first time I loaded it I didn't click on the right option, so I couldn't get images off the device. I had to remove the app, and put it back up again.
So If you're me you'll find their app a pain. If you're like my husband you'll find it to be easy peasy.
In the end there was success.
I did read some negative reviews. You can only put about 4 images on it at a time. That's kind of annoying if you're a photographer that works with a lot of images at a time. I consider myself to do that. In some ways I'd just rather email myself images, and get them from my email.
Will I use it as my as I thought I would? Probably not. It seems handy though.
What do you store your photos on?
Disclaimer: We got this product in exchange for our opinion on them. The company in no way told me what to write, or influenced me in any way.