“I have some photos in a folder on my Mac's desktop. I want them in my iPad's Camera Roll. I don't wanna use iTunes syncing because I just want this single bunch of pics added to my iPad camera app. Can I copy photos from Mac folders to iPad without iTunes?”
Exporting photos from iOS device to computer is quite easy, while things are different in terms of pictures transferring between Mac and iPad/iPhone. If you have tons of images stored on your Mac computer and want to be accessible to them at anytime and anywhere, you can consider importing photos to iPad Pro/Mini/Air. With its portability and high resolution screen, iPad makes it enjoyable to view and share photos with friends or families. This post covers 2 simple ways on how to transfer photos from MacBook Pro/Air/iMac to iPad with or without using iTunes.
Usually iTunes is the first choice at the mention of iOS files transferring. In the following, I will show you how to move pictures from iPhoto Library to iPad Pro/Air/Mini.
However, as the case on the beginning of this post suggests, people are not willing to sync photos from Mac to iPad using iTunes. 3 main reasons can lead to this situation.
Why users not willing to use iTunes to copy photos?
Therefore I strongly recommend a third-party software iCareFone for your reference. It can get photos importing job perfectly done if you don’t mind costing a few dollars. Compared to iTunes, it enables one or multiple photos to be exported from Mac to iPad without data losing, and it also compatible with all iPad models and Mac OS version 10.12/10.11/10.10 and under.
Apart from iTunes, you can take advantage of iCareFone for Mac to sync photos to iPad without iPhoto/iTunes. The steps are quite simple.
Done! Within a few minutes, you can view all pictures on iPad freely now. Come and hit this iTunes alternative software that you should not miss for Mac now.