How to Sync Photos to iPad
Along with being a good video player, iPad also performs like a portable photo carrier. With it, you're able to show off or preview photos on its big and clear screen. To make it, first of all, you need to sync pictures to iPad.
If you're used to syncing photos to iPad with iTunes, you may notice that the photos added previously will disappear after the sync. But, sometimes, the photos are such memorable and important as you don't want to lose? In this case, you need an iPad photo transfer tool for help. Here is a right one – Wondershare TunesGo (available for Windows users) or Wondershare TunesGo (Mac). This iPad photo transfer tool can sync lots of photos to your iPad at a time. It won't delete any old photo during the photo sync.
Note: Here, we offer you the details info about supported iPads, iOS, and computer system requirement.
A step-by-step guide about how to sync photos to iPad
Both the Windows version and the Mac version are available. Just download the right one on your Windows PC or Mac. Here, we'd like to take Wondershare TunesGo – the Windows version as an example. Now, lets' start!
Step 1. Launch this iPad photo transfer tool and connect your iPad
To begin with, install this iPad photo transfer tool on your computer. Launch it. Then, connect your iPad to the computer via a USB cable. After that, this primary window will appear on the computer screen with your iPad shown on it.
Step 2. Sync photos to iPad without iTunes
Now, find the "Photos" tab in the left directory tree. Click it to get the photo window. If you want to sync photos to a special album. You can click "Add" to create one. Name it. Then open it and click "Add" again. Navigate to the location where the photos are saved. Sync photos to your iPad.
If you want don't intend to save photos to an album. You can open the Photo Library and drag and drop you wanted photos to it.
Well done! The photos have been synced to your iPad. Besides, the old photos remain on your iPad. With this iPad photo transfer tool, you never need to worry about losing any photos after syncing new photos to your iPad.
Now, try TunesGo to sync photos to your iPad by yourself.