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Photo Stream Viewer

Show your photos directly on your iPad and iPhone with no need storing them on your device

Show your photos directly on your iPad and iPhone with no need storing them on your device

Photo Stream Viewer

by HelloAt
Photo Stream Viewer
Photo Stream Viewer
Photo Stream Viewer

What is it about?

Show your photos directly on your iPad and iPhone with no need storing them on your device. Just connect to your computer, NAS, or any other host on the internet that runs a FTP service.

Photo Stream Viewer

App Details

Version
1.3
Rating
(10)
Size
7Mb
Genre
Photo & Video Utilities
Last updated
December 5, 2013
Release date
June 20, 2012
More info

App Store Description

Show your photos directly on your iPad and iPhone with no need storing them on your device. Just connect to your computer, NAS, or any other host on the internet that runs a FTP service.

Photo Stream Viewer is fully independent of iPhoto and its library, and is able to show all the images available on your FTP sharing service. Everything with full Retina and Apple TV/AirPlay support.

IMPORTANT: A FTP service must be running on the host where you store the photos. Make sure that works before downloading Photo Stream Viewer.

Main features:
- Automatic and instant FTP transfer of images to your slide show.
- Swipe and zoom among the photos in full quality.
- Show the photos on your TV using Air Play.
- Save your favorite images to your Apple Photo Library.
- Share your photos using mail or Twitter.

To show your photos via AirPlay, iPad 2 or later, or iPhone 4s or later is required. For detailed information please read: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5209

How to set up the FTP service on different platforms:

MacOS X Snow Leopard
Sharing -> File Sharing -> Share files and folders using FTP
http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Mac/10.6/en/8230.html

MacOS X Lion
Write the following in the terminal:
sudo -s launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/ftp.plist
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4704

Windows
Enable the IIS FTP Service, or use the free software FileZilla Server found at http://filezilla-project.org/

Netgear ReadyNAS
Enable the FTP module.
http://www.readynas.com/?p=1682