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there I know there's many ways to transfer multiple pictures from an iPhone to an iPad,but i want to transfer them using only the iPhone and iPad, without a PC or Mac. I was wondering if there was an app that would allow me to do this on the go. Hope you nice guys can help me,ths!

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It is called iCloud and is released next Month.

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The Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit allows you to transfer pictures from a camera (including an iPhone) to an iPad via USB.

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If you are willing to spend the money ($30 I think) on the kit and it's convenient to carry the small adapter that comes in the "kit", then this is truly the best way to get pics/movies from iPhone to iPad. It's drop dead simple (really) and faster than any wireless solution. –  Randy6T9 Sep 23 '11 at 8:41
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you can use Dropbox to share files between your devices

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Upload all of the pictures from the iPhone to a photo sharing service (ie. Flickr, Photobucket, Google, et al.), and then download them using the same app on the iPad. It might be tedious, but it's possible now (instead of waiting for iCloud)

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This article suggests that LY MobileSoft has developed an app that allows pictures to be shared between iOS devices.

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You may use PhotoSync to transfer pictures between iPhone/iPad/Mac/PC by Wi-Fi.

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  1. Launch the Settings app from your iPhone. Scroll down to Photos & Camera. Under "Photo Stream," toggle "My Photo Stream" to ON so that all photos taken with your iPhone are synced to your other devices.
  2. Do the same with your iPad, if you would like photos taken with your iPad to sync to your iPhone.
  3. Make sure iCloud is connected to both devices by going to Settings >> iCloud. If you have the same Apple ID listed for the iCloud account, your photos will start syncing immediately.
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