It’s the era of selfies and with our phones always in our hand; we tend to keep on clicking pictures now and then. With phones and now tablets available today, it gets quite hard to hunt for different pictures that we want to share in different devices as well as when it comes to getting it copied to Mac.
For long, we have all wanted to synchronize Android photos Mac and now thankfully it is getting easier with some great apps.
You can do so much more with SyncMate, an app to synchronize Android photos Mac. Not only will you be able to sync the images in no time, you will also be able to easily access them to any device you wish to. SyncMate will be more than an easy and convenient option for doing that!
Know more about SyncMate Expert
SyncMate Expert is known to be very well-known synchronization software and it can easily sync photos albums on Mac with albums are available on Android devices. Through SyncMate managing photo albums gets easier. You will not only be able to create albums you will also be able to easily move pictures among albums.
How will you sync photos on Mac with Android
Through the software SyncMate this process gets highly convenient and easy. Let us know more about the steps:
- With SyncMate you get the option of Photos plugin; however it is available in the Expert edition. You can easily upgrade SyncMate to the expert option.
- Then to the left side of the app you will notice the ‘Add New’ section. You will need to select the Android device that you are using. After this get it connected to the computer.
- To the top section, click on the “+” icon.
- After this from the plugins list select ‘Photos’ option.
- Then move ahead to the sync setting (folders or albums on Mac and device, look out for the sync direction and so forth).
- In case you require converting the images before you want to get them synced, you will also be able to do so.
- For starting the process, click on the ‘Sync’ section.
Along with the Android devices you will easily be able to even sync your Mac with iPod touch, iPad, iPhone, with online storages (Dropbox, iCloud, Google), and accounts, other Macs, Windows services like Business editions, Office 365 Home, Outlook.