Although things have improved with the passage of time, iOS users still tend to avoid iTunes as much as they can. Even if you have completely mastered Apple’s data syncing tool, it is not always feasible to connect your iPhone with your computer via a USB cable and then launch iTunes just to transfer a single photo to your iDevice. Getting media files out of the iPhone is much easier, but still, everyone is bound to appreciate the convenience of Wi-Fi sharing of media over your social networks, email accounts and other online services. This is one of the features that the amazing MultiLoader app sports. Other than that, MultiLoader is sure to bring a lot of ease and efficiency to your life, with its ability to send and receive videos and image files from any desktop web browser.
In order to receive files from your PC, just hit the PC button from the receive section of the app’s main page. MultiLoader will provide you with an address, and all you have to do is to enter that address in your desktop web browser. If both devices are on the same Wi-Fi network, a connection will be established and you can start sharing photos and videos straight away. The formats supported by MultiLoader include JPG, MOV, MP4, PNG and GIF. The web version of MultiLoader is pretty simple, and just has 2 buttons labeled Select File and Upload. You can only upload one image or video file at a time, but if you are in a hurry, just put everything in a ZIP file and upload multiple media files that way. No confirmation is required in order to receive files, and all the data you get will go straight to the stock Photos app. As common sense dictates, the Send To section of the app is much more crowded than the Receive one. Using MultiLoader, you can upload photos to your accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Picasa and Dropbox. It is also possible to mail the media to anyone via the stock Mail app.
iOS users can share media over most of the services listed on the homepage even without MultiLoader, so what makes this app so special? For starters, there are some really impressive options in the app that can be used to make changes to the media being shared before transferring it. You can select the resolution of images, rotate them and even choose multiple photos to convert them into a GIF animation or a collage. Apart from that, there are some options specific to each service, like the ability to add tags while uploading to Facebook, and the creation of new folders for Dropbox. MultiLoader also ensures that EXIF data of your media files remains intact.
MultiLoader is optimized for iPhone and iPod touch, and has gone free for a limited time. So, if you have to transfer a lot of photos in a short interval of time, this app is just the thing you need. Not only does it support an impressive array of services, it also has the capability to keep uploading media files in the background. All these features make MultiLoader a perfect option for media transfer, and you can give the app a try by heading to the following link.