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Hai mai avuto bisogno di scaricare le tue foto su un computer che non è il tuo ? Hai mai pensato che dovrebbe essere tanto semplice quanto le altre cose che si fanno con iPhone ? Mandare immagini per email non ti piace e oltretutto ci vuole un sacco di tempo ? Ti presento WiFiPhoto.
WiFiPhoto è il modo più veloce per scaricare foto di alta qualità dal Rullino Fotografico o dalla Libreria Foto del tuo iPhone su un computer collegato ad una rete WiFi. Nessun bisogno del dock o di un cavo usb, nessuno compromesso sulla qualità. Basta selezionare le foto e aprire il browser sul computer (Safari, Firefox o Internet Explorer) all’indirizzo web visualizzato in fondo alla pagina principale da WiFiPhoto. Puoi anche scaricare un archivio compresso con tutte le immagini. Basta seguire questi passi:

  • Seleziona il pulsante ‘+’ nell’angolo superiore destro
  • Scegli una o più foto e seleziona ‘Annulla’ quando hai finito
  • Dal tuo computer apri il tuo browser preferito e connettiti all’indirizzo web visualizzato da WiFiPhoto. Clicca sulle singole immagini o sul pulsante ‘Scarica Zip’


  • Interfaccia semplice ed elegante
  • Scegli più foto contemporaneamente
  • Cambia la qualità delle immagini secondo le tue necessità
  • Scarica una singola immagine o un archivio compresso di tutte quante
  • Autorotazione. Non c’è bisogno di ulteriori ritocchi dopo il download
  • Scegli dal Rullino fotografico o dalla Libreria



“Il programma funziona perfettamente, è comodo, elegante nel funzionamento, sobrio nell’interfaccia ed il costo è esiguo per ciò che offre.”
“Semplice in puro stile iPhone, velocissima, economica.”
“Ottima applicazione, semplice, immediata senza bug… da scaricare !”

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  1. Comment by Paul Hess

    Paul Hess 19 settembre 2009 at 14:48

    This sounds perfect for us but we need metadata transfer. Can you please put me on a list to be notified of new versions so I’ll know to consider it again then?

  2. Comment by admin

    admin 19 settembre 2009 at 17:13

    I surely will.

  3. Comment by connie

    connie 5 ottobre 2009 at 22:28

    I would like an app the other way round. To upload pix from my camera to iPhone via wifi and then ftp transmit with 3G.
    Oh, and if you could add IPTC editing. ;o)

  4. Comment by admin

    admin 6 ottobre 2009 at 01:50

    That’s an interesting use. I started writing what I needed for my own use at first. But that’s an interesting feature. I think I will take some time to implement it. Thank you.

  5. Comment by connie

    connie 7 ottobre 2009 at 09:29

    Have a look at



    If you could do something like wmwifirouter and add an IPTC editing, that would be nice.

    I already have Pocketphojo, but I can’t make it work together with Nikon’s wifi transmitter.
    Eyefi doesn’t work on my D3 either.

    If you can write an app for iPhone I shall go and buy an iPhone right away ;o)

  6. Comment by bigcityfish

    bigcityfish 11 ottobre 2009 at 22:21

    This is an amazing app. THANK YOU! THANK YOU! My hard drive crashed and when the “geniuses” at Apple moved my data from the external hard drive something got totally messed up with my photos which numbered in the thousands. All I had left was the copies on my iPhone. I was absolutely beside myself. By the way – Apple told me there was no way to send those photos to my mac because they had not been taken with the iPhone camera. I did a little research and I found your wonderful app. BRAVO!! One question/recommendation – in the picture select process, is there any way to select more than one photo at a time instead of having to click each individual picture?

  7. Comment by admin

    admin 12 ottobre 2009 at 01:53

    Thank you ! It’s not possible to select more than one photo at a time. It’s a problem related to memory and things a developer can and can’t do. As soon as it’s possible, I will fix this.

  8. Comment by app-solutely

    app-solutely 14 ottobre 2009 at 20:34

    Yes. It really is that simple. It works. It saves you time. It has Bragging rights.

  9. Comment by Russell

    Russell 25 ottobre 2009 at 05:46

    I just got this app today but I don’t get an ip address to connect my browser to. I changed the port to 80 but still nothing??

    I need help please.

  10. Comment by Russell

    Russell 25 ottobre 2009 at 05:59

    Ok figured it out. It doesn’t show the ip address in the app (bug?) but it just uses the iphones ip address and a :8080 at the end.

    So I just bookmark that address and then I don’t have to enter it every time on my computer.

  11. Comment by Kenn Jordan

    Kenn Jordan 9 dicembre 2009 at 15:00

    Does this app also work with videos shot with iPhone 3GS?

  12. Comment by admin

    admin 10 dicembre 2009 at 02:54

    Currently it doesn’t. But it’s on my to-do list for my next update.

  13. Comment by MikeCTZA

    MikeCTZA 11 dicembre 2009 at 02:54

    I just bought the new version now. Is there any way to turn the sound off when you pick your photo?

  14. Comment by admin

    admin 11 dicembre 2009 at 02:57

    No. It was an option of early betas but I removed it because I found it useless. I can always change my mind, anyway.

  15. Comment by MikeCTZA

    MikeCTZA 11 dicembre 2009 at 03:06

    Thanks for the quick reply, I don’t mind it being there. Great application !! Will be very useful.

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  17. Comment by Jimmy Gunawan

    Jimmy Gunawan 12 dicembre 2009 at 07:32

    Two questions:

    1. I have File Magnet already which requires me to have Internet connection over Wi-Fi alone in order to transfer files (JPEG, PDF) over to PC. My Wi-Fi always has issue connecting to Internet. Works 1 out of 100. Meaning, File Magnet simply not useful for my iPhone. Now, how about WiFiPhoto? Will it work without Internet connection?
    2. Is there anyway to do the reverse. Instead of downloading, I would like to transfer (high resolution) images back to iPhone.

    If the answer is yes for both above, I am buying it. Thanks 🙂

  18. Comment by admin

    admin 12 dicembre 2009 at 08:40

    WiFiPhoto also works over 3G networks without WiFi signal. Nevertheless you should carefully check your data plan since it could become really expensive to transfer photos. At the moment it doesn’t support transfer of high resolution photos back to iPhone.

  19. Comment by Jon Soo

    Jon Soo 15 dicembre 2009 at 17:21

    This app ROCKS!

  20. Comment by admin

    admin 15 dicembre 2009 at 17:23

    Thank you!

  21. Comment by abbad0n

    abbad0n 18 gennaio 2010 at 01:32

    Any idea if you could add the ability to email the zip file of images? Would make it a lot easier to show then share images. Other then that this is a great application. Keep up the good work.

  22. Comment by admin

    admin 18 gennaio 2010 at 02:41

    I’m going to add this feature in next releases. Not very soon, anyway.

  23. Comment by abbad0n

    abbad0n 19 gennaio 2010 at 13:43

    Thanks, I’ll look forward to it then.

  24. Comment by Clint Kingston

    Clint Kingston 2 febbraio 2010 at 01:47

    I like the app but picking one picture at a time is a pain. I know your reasons for this being the iphones memory etc. but would it be possible to implement it differently. eg:

    currently you pick one photo wait for it to process your selection and then you pick another, and again wait for it to process.

    would it be possible to make multiple selections without waiting for each one to process, and then when your done the app processes all your selections one at a time.

    I hope this makes sense, essentialy what i am trying to say is make a list of pictures for the app to copy and do all th e processing at the end even if it took several minutes you could just put the phone down.

  25. Comment by admin

    admin 3 febbraio 2010 at 02:49

    The problem is that once a photo is picked, it must be immediately processed otherwise it’s lost. If I saved it for later, times would be longer. I’m sorry but there’s currently no workaround.

  26. Comment by Yvette Moore

    Yvette Moore 21 giugno 2010 at 19:00

    I downloaded your wifiphoto app because of the great reviews. I want to download some pics from my Iphone to my computer, but it says “no wifi connection” when I go into the app. When I go into my settings and turn on wifi, do I have to join a network because if I just turn WiFi on, it says (in settings) “not connected”. What will finally make my app work? I’m a novice, so please consider that in your explanation.

  27. Comment by admin

    admin 22 giugno 2010 at 13:44

    I’m sorry for your connection problems but WiFiPhoto works perfectly with every model of iPhone. I’m using 3gs for development and I’ve found no issues so far.
    WiFiPhoto was tested on several configurations (XP / Vista / Leopard / SL / Safari / Chrome / IE / Firefox). Nevertheless connection problems may still be present but are generally related to routers. WiFiPhoto needs a wifi connection, so you should check in iPhone’s Settings that WiFi is on and that you’re connected to a network (wifi symbol should come up at the top left corner). Try and browse in Safari to see if it works.
    If WiFIPhoto displays no web address you can simply use the one under Settings > General > Network > WiFi > * Your selected network * and add the chosen port. (So if you read and server port is default 8080, you should enter in your browser’s address bar Please enter the COMPLETE address including http://
    You can try to change WiFiPhoto’s server port to 80. In WiFiPhoto go to Settings > Server port. Switch server status off and on.
    Make sure there’s no software or hardware firewall active. If you have Internet Security you should try to disable it.
    Hope it helps.

    If it doesn’t please let me know which kind of OS, iPhone OS, browser and router you are using and which kind of problem you are facing (no webpage loading at all, just very very slow, no web address displayes…) and possibly a screenshot of any error your browser displays.

  28. Comment by Yvette

    Yvette 25 giugno 2010 at 11:12

    I’m sure it’s something I’m doing wrong, but here’s what I have: Iphone, version 3.1.3. I’ve gone to Settings>General>Network>Wi-Fi>then when I turn it on, it says Choose a Network. Ask to Join is ON so I assume no known networks are available. How do I know which network to choose? I can go in to Safari on my Iphone and it works fine. So I assume the problem I’m having is that I can’t get WiFi on my phone.
    At the moment I’m trying to put my pics on a computer that uses Vista, and I’m using AOL. When I get back home, I’ll be using a computer that is XP, using MSN. Thanks for your patience.

  29. Comment by admin

    admin 26 giugno 2010 at 17:28

    Try this. Go to Settings>Wi-Fi. You should see at least one network checkmarked under Choose a network. Otherwise there’s no wifi network. Tap on the arrow right to the selected network and read your address under IP address (i.e. If you changed nothing in default WiFiPhoto’s settings, you should enter http://your.ip.adresss:8080 (i.e. in your browser

  30. Comment by Karl C

    Karl C 27 giugno 2010 at 14:14

    This is a good solution for what I need. I just purchased a iPhone4 (16gb). 5mp photos and 720p videos can sure eat up the free space pretty fast. I was looking for an ‘eye-fi’ type solution and this is pretty close. I tried using dropbox, hoping that it could sync automatically… no luck.

    The new iPhone 4 camera is really useful (coming from a 3g). I feel that I’ll be taking many more photos with my phone now. I don’t know how many people will use it this way, but I’m looking for this type of workflow:
    – take photos
    – open wifiphoto
    – select ‘all photos in camera roll’ (feature request?)
    – get ip address
    – in laptop browser, navigate to URL and download .zip
    – extract and import into Lightroom
    – edit
    – publish to web (Picasa in my case)
    – clean up camera roll on iPhone (feature request?)

    Anything you can do to help with reducing this workflow would be great. I feel like i’m a pretty savvy technology person, I’m fairly comfortable with this workflow, but people like my mom and dad (who also just bought iPhones), they need a solution for getting the photos off of the phone and on to a computer… maybe even directly to photo sharing sites (picasa, flickr, photobucket). I think you would tap a market of non-techie people if you could reduce their photo publishing/backup to a few steps.

    just a suggestion.

    thanks again for the great app (well worth the $.99).

  31. Comment by Karl C

    Karl C 27 giugno 2010 at 15:20

    Oh yah,

    forgot to mention, need meta (exif), plus GPS data in the photos preserved.


  32. Comment by admin

    admin 27 giugno 2010 at 16:45

    Thank you for your suggestions! I’m working hard to deliver a new version that will solve most of your requests: “Select all” button, video transfer, metadata.
    Picasa, Flickr, Photobucket… That’s a good idea. I’ll see what I can do.
    Thank you again for your support.

  33. Comment by JP

    JP 26 luglio 2010 at 16:16

    Any idea when a “select all” button might be coming? My iPhone won’t sync anymore and i have 4,315 pictures to send…

  34. Comment by admin

    admin 29 luglio 2010 at 04:22

    I have already developed a working solution and I’m going to release it as soon as possible.

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