You've taken a bunch of photos on your phone and want to copy them now or send them to your computer for editing. just share or save it. You can send photos with various tricks from your phone to your PC, from email via Google Photos, to a direct cable connection.
However, it may be faster and more convenient to wirelessly transfer them from your phone to your PC. Unfortunately, the recent changes made this a little more difficult.
In the past, iPhone and Android users could transfer photos to Windows 1
The Photos Companion app was apparently just a Microsoft garage experiment that will not last very long. In the current version of the Windows 10 Photos app, transferring photos via Wi-Fi is no longer working.
Instead, Android users can use an option built into Windows 10 With their phone app, you can view and access the last 25 photos and screenshots taken with your Android phone or tablet. These images can then be copied to your PC.
However, the features of your phone are not as robust as with Photos Companion, and there is no iPhone version. A Microsoft spokesman would only say that "additional support for the iPhone is being considered for future versions of the Your Phone app." No. There are third-party apps that let you wirelessly transfer photos from your iOS or Android device to your PC.