Transfer Photos from iPad to Memory Card
iPad is a good tool for taking photos. Maybe you have an iPad and have taken a lot of photos with iPad. However, exporting these photos from iPad is a little difficult. Though iTunes is a good sync tool for iOS users, it can only support sync things from computer to iOS devices. Though iCloud allows iOS users to sync photos among multiple devices, it only sync among iOS devices, non-Apple devices are not included.
So, how to transfer photos from iPad to other non-Apple products? Don't worry, with a third party software, you problem can be solved out. Just read on to see how to copy iPad photos to memory card with iStonsoft products for Windows or Mac.
Step-by-step Guide: How to Transfer Photos from iPad to Memory Card
Part 1: Transfer Photos from iPad to Computer
For Windows users, follow the steps as below:
Step0: Free download and install iStonsoft iPad to Computer Transfer software. Then launch it on your computer. Link your iPad to computer. Then the iPad contents will be recognized by the software and listed in the left list. If the program doesn't show your iPad, you can click the "Refresh" button to search for your iPad.
Tips: For Mac users, please use iStonsoft iPad to Mac Transfer. This software can also help you back up all photos of iPad to Mac computer without limitation. Both photos shot with iPad and images downloaded from iTunes App Store can be got out of iPad to Mac.
Step1: Choose the files you wanna transfer
Open the item library in the iPad list and check the files you wanna transfer to Computer. For example, if you wanna transfer music from iPad to computer, just open the "Music" library in the iPad list. Mark the music files you wanna transfer to your computer at the right windows of the program.
To transfer all the music files from iPad to computer, you can click the "Export All Music" from the top File menu.
Step2: Start to export
Simply click the "Export" button on the main menu to start transferring from iPad to computer. When finished, a window will pop up, you can click the "Yes" button to get the output files.
Part 2: Transfer Photos from computer to memory card
Insert your memory card to computer, then open computer, find the memory card folder, and copy the photos exported in Part 1 to memory card. That's all.