I have scrounged through the App store looking for a way to clean up the mess of photos on my iPad without success so far. I'd like to be able to create new folders, name and arrange my pics in some sort of order. Any thoughts or suggestions?
With an iPad, you can take photos freely anywhere. It's convenient. However, too many photos on your iPad will mess up and take up a large space. In this case, you may want to create different albums to classify photos, back up iPad photos to Windows or Mac computer, and delete photos that you don't want to keep.
To do all of these, you can try a useful program – Wondershare TunesGo Retro. Both Windows and Mac versions let you transfer all photos on your iPad to computer instantly, and vice versa. You can also create albums on your iPad to save photos with different types. Additionally, you are able to delete all photos in the Camera Roll and the Photo Library at once.
In the following guide, we'd like to show you how to manage iPad photos with the Windows version of TunesGo Retro. The Mac users don't have to worry, as both of the versions work in similar process.
Step 1 Connect Your iPad with the Computer and Run this Program
Run this program on your computer, and connect iPad to computer with the USB cable. This program will detect your iPad automatically. After that, the starting window appears.
Note: Both Windows and Mac versions of TunesGo Retro fully support the iPad first generation and later.
Step 2 Import/Export/Delete Photos in Batch with this Photo Manager for iPad
Now, click "Photos" in the left column. You will get the photo management window on the right. Then, let's show you the details about how to import, export and delete iPad photos.
To put photos on iPad, first of all, you can choose an existing album under the Photo Library to save the imported photos. Or click the triangle below the Add button to create a new album.
After creating a new album, you can double-click the album, and click the triangle icon at the upper left corner to add photos from computer to iPad.
Note: By clicking the triangle under "Add">"Add Folder", you can import a photo folder on your computer to your iPad. This photo folder will become a album under the Photo Library.
This photo manager for iPad empowers you to export photos, albums and folders on your iPad to computer for backup. To export a folder, like the Camera Roll or the Photo Library, you should tick off the folder that you want to export and click "Export to". The file browser window pops up. Choose a location on your computer and then export the folder. If you want to export an album, tick off it and click "Export to".
If you only want to export some photos, open an album created with TunesGo Retro or the folder that you want to export photos from. Then, select your desired photos. Click "Export to". When the file browser window appears, select a location to save these photos.
Obviously, you can delete photos in the Camera Roll on your iPad one by one, and it will cost you much time. Now, with TunesGo Retro, you can delete all photos in the Camera Roll or in the Photo Library immediately. Open the folder, like the Camera Roll. Select photos that you decide to delete. If you want to delete all, click Ctrl + A on your keyboard. Click "Delete" and then "Yes".
That's the way how this iPad photo manager manages photos on your iPad. If you are interested in this program, don't hesitate and download it to have a try.
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