Extracting pictures from the iPad

Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by Philippe, Sep 29, 2010.

  1. Philippe

    Philippe iPF Novice

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    Is it at all possible to take a picture you downloaded on the iPad (like a screenshot or an image you got off the Pad's Safari browser) and then send it to your computer?

    The only way I've found that does it is to email the picture to myself, then open it up on my computer. It seems kind of involved, isn't there a way to do it through iTunes? I know you can send Word files and stuff with the Pages app, so it stands to reason that the Pictures should be able to do it too.
     
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    There is an app that works great called 'Photo Transfer App'. It lets you send and receive photos on the iPad to other iOS devices or any computer. I have it on my iPad it it works well, and I believe it was only .99 cents when I bought it.
     

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