We're fans of the Toshiba FlashAir Wi-Fi SD card because it's cheap and does its job well enough, but it's still lacking some features. Lifehacker reader Chris points out that you can actually add in some functionality with third-party apps. Chris pointed us toward the official FlashAir developer's site, which has all kinds of apps that make transferring photos to your PC a little easier, add in the ability to look at photos live, and more. I've been using FlashAirSync this week, which automatically downloads photos to my Mac, which solves one of my big complaints with the card. It also turns out the card's pretty hackable, with all kinds of different projects out there, so if you haven't messed around with it, now's a good time.
Simplify Using The FlashAir Wi-Fi SD Card With These Apps
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