Uploading multiple pictures to MobileMe/FTP

Discussion in 'iPad' started by arcsbite, Apr 25, 2010.

  1. arcsbite Guest

    Jan 14, 2006
    Does anyone know of an app that can upload multiple pictures to MobileMe or a website?

    I will be taking my iPad and camera kit with me to Thailand.
    Ideally I'd love to be able to import. View. And upload the pics so they are secure on my return.

    The photos app only let's me upload one at a time or email 5 smaller res pics
    Every other app I have tried (print central, readdledocs, good reader) will let me upload various amounts, printcentral will let me upload folder upon folders......but I need to import from the ipads photo apps first and it only let's me import them to print central one at a a time :rolleyes:

    Anyone have any ideas/suggestions?
  2. arcsbite thread starter Guest

    Jan 14, 2006
    Thanks. I know google quite well

    That app is iPhone not iPad native, it doesn't have WebDAV so won't work with MobileMe and sadly it also imports images from the photos app ine at once.
  3. jpjoyal macrumors newbie

    Oct 23, 2010

    Did you find any apps for this in the end ? I'm in the same situation: Thailand too :D

    I've tried Image upload pro (which as crappy multiple image selection called rapid picker) and photoUplink but they both force a down size of the images.

    I'm starting to look into general purpose file transfer apps but the problem always seems to be the multiple photo selection
  4. arcsbite thread starter Guest

    Jan 14, 2006
    Hope you enjoy it! I loved every minute!
    sadly I never found a perfect app, I ended up using iFile (needs jailbreak)
    then I went into iFile, found my imported folder and created an alias...moved the alias to a file transfer app (goodreader/readalldocs) then used that to upload the entire folder.

    a bit of a pain, but when you get used to it it takes about a minute.

    If you;re jailbroken n decide to go this path let me know and I can go into more detail :)

    p.s. ifile is great for filling your SD cards with movies for the journey over (thus saving space on the device itself)

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