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    I make audio visuals using Pictures to Exe which I can play on my Mac as an app. Can I download this onto my new iPad which comes tomorrow in a nice green van with John Lewis on the side?
     
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    Not answering your Q, but did your iPad arrive today in that nice van?

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    yes arrived today, but by courier not a nice John Lewis van. So been playing with my new iPad, which is brilliant, only draw back is that I sent for a cheap camera connection kit from Amazon which is rubbish and the iPad would not recognize it so I can not load my photos. As I am a photographer who wants the iPad to show off my goods I am frustrated. Very surprised that I can not load my photos direct from my Mac to the iPad, something wrong here. Am I missing something?
     
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    Great!

    You can sync your photos through iTunes from memory and also using iCloud. I think there are a number of methods and you should do a search of this site.

    You'll enjoy your iPad, in fact I predict you won't be able to put it down:)

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    You can also try an app called PhotoMgrPro. These apps are as cheap as chips and often extremely good. I've not played with this app yet, though I have paid and downloaded and on a quick look there is a menu option to transfer with the wifi sign.

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    Thanks for that I will try it, I had already hunted for how to transfer photos and the only way i could find was using the camera connection kit. I have had another look in my Mac but can find no route between my folders and either itunes or the iPad. Does this app access my folders on my Mac?
     
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    King Hal

    Mastered it, easy when you know how, I now have a limited number of photos in one folder called iPad, so presumably I can keep adding to that to expand its size?
     
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    Yes, I remember (prior to getting my camera connection kit) mine was called "favourites". I also have the Apple iPhoto app and Snapseed as they do slightly different jobs. Lots and lots to play with.

    For document management I recommend Goodreader btw.

    This tablet is genuinely a game changer.

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