iTunes usability has improved over time. But still people do not prefer using iTunes make data transfers. Transferring media out of your iPhone is relatively easier, but even then people prefer Wi-Fi sharing of media over different kinds of services. This is one of the features that the MultiLoader app has and it?s deigned to make your life a lot easier and enable you to send or receive files from any desktop web browser. This is exactly the kind of app that is needed these days and it really makes sharing a lot. No one wants to synchronize with iTunes now and then as it?s time consuming.
In order to get this app working, you need to touch the PC button from the receive section of the application?s main page. You will then be provided with an address, and then you will need to enter that address in your desktop?s web browser. Then, if both the devices are using the same Wi-Fi network, a connection will be created and you can start sharing photos, and videos back and forth. However, MultiLoader does not support all kinds of formats and the most popular formats supported include; JPG, MOV, MP4, PNG and GIF. The internet version of MultiLoader is quite simple and it just has two buttons; ?Select File? and ?Upload?. The other drawback is that you can only upload one image or video at a time and if you want to send everything in one go, then all you need to do is put them in a ZIP folder and then upload them. You won?t be prompted for any confirmation regarding receiving files and your photos will go straight to your iPhones Photo app and the videos will go straight to the iPhone.
Moreover, with MultiLoader you can even send your photos to your Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Picasa, and Dropbox accounts. You can even mail the media files to any one by sending the files to your Mail app in your iPhone.
You may be wondering that iPhone users can already send media to social webpages but the fact is that you get a number of options with MultiLoader. You can change the file size, rotate them, convert them into a GIF or even a collage. Other than that you can add tags when uploading to Facebook and make new folders within Dropbox.
For now, MultiLoader supports the iPhone and the iPod touch as well as iPad. You can download it from App Store for $2.99. Feel free to share your thoughts regarding this application.