LogMeIn Ignition Now Lets You Copy Photos & Videos Between iPad and PC

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LogMeIn Ignition is one of the very best remote access apps for iPad and iOS. It’s got a great, simple interface, requires very little setup, and works like a charm.

This week it’s had an update that adds a very slick new feature – the ability to copy photos and videos to/from the iPad (or iPhone) photo library. So if I rushed out of the house for a meeting and forgot to get a few crucial photos onto the iPad before leaving, I can fire up LogMeIn Ignition on the iPad 2, connect to my MacBook Pro, and choose to copy those missing photos straight into the iPad’s Camera Roll.

I can just as easily to copy photos and videos from the iPad over to the MacBook Pro via LogMeIn Ignition.

This is a superb feature and as far as I’m aware it is still unique to this app.

Here are some other features added in the latest update to LogMeIn Ignition (Version 2.1.299):

    • Attach any file (including multimedia) to emails from Ignition
    • Save email attachments to File Manager
    • Control timeout settings while multitasking for Ignition

Here’s an App Store link for LogMeIn Ignition; it’s priced at $29.99 and is a universal app designed for  both the iPad and the iPhone.


Patrick Jordan

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3 thoughts on “LogMeIn Ignition Now Lets You Copy Photos & Videos Between iPad and PC”

  1. I’ve been a avid user of Logmein for some time now. This is interesting that this app is available now.

    I’ve always liked the technology and I think it will work nicely with ipad 2

    1. It works very well, and this file sharing feature is very powerful and unique among remote access apps as fas I know.

  2. is there anyway to access my macbook pro from my iPhone while the lid is closed with this app?

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