If you need to transfer photos from PC to iPad, you can make it via a certain cloud service. However, if you are looking for another offline solution to keep the privacy of your precious photos, you should read this post, where we will offer 4 proven methods to transfer your photos easily and safely.
You may have stored a large number of previous photos on your computer. As an iPad user, you may need to import photos from PC to iPad to share precious moments with your friends. You have a lot of options to transfer photos from PC to iPad, either online or offline. Normally, you can connect your iPad to PC with a USB cable. However, it may take some time for your computer to access data on your iPad. As a matter of fact, besides connecting to a PC to transfer photos from PC to iPad, there are several other ways to accomplish this task. Keep reading the post and select one method as per your needs.
The most common solution is to transfer via a USB cable. It is especially workable when there is no Internet connection. As long as your PC can detect your iPad, you can import photos from your computer to it with ease. If you are running the Windows computer, you make use of the built-in File Explorer to navigate the folder, where your iPhone photos are stored.
If it is the first time to connect your iPad to PC, your iPad will be asked to “Trust this computer”. And if your device can’t be recognized by computer, check this guide to fix it.
iCloud lets you sync and access your photos, contacts, calendars and other important data, easily and automatically. However, one thing you must bear in mind is that Apple iCloud only offers you 5 GB free iCloud storage space, which is obviously not enough for a number of photos. This suggests that if you have a large number of photos to transfer from PC to iPad with iCloud, you may need to pay extra fees to get unlimited backup space. Here, we offer you a detailed guide to transfer photos from PC to iPad using iCloud.
Then you can view photos in “Photos” app on your iPhone.
If you don’t want to use iCloud to transfer pictures from PC to iPad, you can also make use of Google Photos, as long as you have a Gmail account. Logging in to the same account Google account on different iOS devices, your photos can be easily shared and accessed by your Gmail and password, either on your PC or iPad. Now, you can take the steps below to complete the transferring task.
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As you can see, using iCloud or Google Photos to sync pictures between PC and iPad makes the whole transferring process time-consuming. If you don’t want to find a more easy method, you are highly suggested to use AnyTrans instead. Using AnyTrans, you can either drag photos from PC to iPad with 1 click in the welcome page or select a group of photos to transfer from PC to iPad.
Free download AnyTrans and open it on your computer. Afterward, refer to the following instructions to transfer photos from PC to iPad with simple clicks.
Step 1. Run AnyTrans > Connect your iPad to the computer > On the welcome page, you can simply drag photos to your iPad.
Step 2. Or you can click on Photos on the top panel. Click the Add icon and navigate to the folder that saves photos on your computer. Select photos and tap on the Open button to initiate the transferring process.
Step 3. When you see the Transfer Completed page on the window, you can view photos on the Photos app on your iPad.
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Cloud services like iCloud, Google Drive or Google Photos may have secure privacy protection, but it merely suggests your photos will be hidden from your friends. However, they are still available in the company’s database. If your photos are absolutely private, you’d better use local software AnyTrans or take a USB cable to transfer photos from PC to iPad.
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