With an Eye-Fi X2 card, you can instantly upload full resolution photos & videos directly from your digital camera to your Android smartphone or tablet, wherever you are. Connect your Eye-Fi X2 card directly to your Android device anywhere using Direct Mode - no tethering, Wi-Fi router or Wi-Fi hotspot required. Just turn your camera on, and let Eye-Fi do the work for you. Thanks to the Eye-Fi app, you can automatically back up and organize photos and videos by date on your home computer, or share them on your favorite online site. Now you can get all your photos backed up and organized, whether you took them with your digital camera or Android device. No cables. No hassles.
- Wireless backups & organization on your computer. Eye-Fi sends your full resolution photos and videos to your computer. No more fussing with cables.
- Stay organized. Eye-Fi automatically organizes photos & videos on your computer by date.
- Select all or just the photos and videos you want and choose where they go. Want to send a few pictures to your friends on Facebook, another group of photos to your Picasa album? Eye-Fi makes it easy.
When used with an Eye-Fi X2 card:
- Instant uploads from your camera to your Android device’s photo gallery – anywhere. The Eye-Fi X2 card connects directly to your Android device using Direct Mode. No tethering, Wi-Fi router or Wi-Fi hotspot required.
- Use your favorite Android apps to view, edit and share your photos
- Want to share on-the-go? The Eye-Fi app can use your Android device’s data connection (EDGE, 3G or Wi-Fi) to upload stored photos to your favorite online sharing site, wherever you are (data charges may apply).
Eye-Fi makes wireless SDHC memory cards that make your existing digital camera wireless too. Supported photo sites include: Costco.com, Evernote, Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, Shutterfly, Snapfish, Smugmug, and WalMart. Supported video sites include: Flickr, Picasa, Smugmug, and YouTube.
Notes: You need to have an Eye-Fi account to use this app.
- Addressed an issue where Android resets the data added field in the media library causing our app to think new photos have been added. This only happens on some handsets, usually after upgrading the OS.
- upon resume gallery would scroll to the top (oldest) photos - it now maintains position
- Fixes for a few of the reported crashes.