AirDisk Pro not only allows you to remotely manage your files on your iOS device from your PC, it also allows you to transfer files between two iOS devices. No need to connect both devices to a PC, no need for cables, and no need for a cloud storage app. If you have an iPhone and an iPad, you can transfer files between them immediately.
Part 1 of 4:Downloading AirDisk Pro
1Launch the App Store. Tap the App Store on both of your iOS devices to launch it.
2Search for AirDisk Pro. Type in AirDisk Pro on the search field and tap the magnifying glass icon to begin the search.
3Download AirDisk Pro. Select the correct app and tap the “Free” button beside the app. Enter your Apple ID if requested then tap the “Install” button to download the app onto your device.
Do this on both iOS devices.
Part 2 of 4:Connecting Both iOS Devices
1Make sure both iOS devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. If they are not, they won't be able to see each other.
2Run AirDisk Pro on both iOS devices. Locate the app on the iOS devices, and tap on it to launch it.
3Enable the File Sharing option on both iOS devices. Tap the gear icon on the bottom toolbar to go to Settings. Make sure that the File Sharing option is turned On. If it is not, tap on the File Sharing option and tap the toggle button to On.
File Sharing needs to be enabled so that the device can share files with other devices.
Tap the “Done” button to exit the Settings menu.
4Tap the cycle or refresh icon on the primary, or source, iOS device. You can find the refresh icon on the bottom toolbar. Tapping it will direct you to the sharing options: transfer, sharing, or syncing.
5Tap the second option or box for iOS to iOS File Sharing. This is the option for sharing files between two iOS devices.
A list of iOS devices nearby connected under the same Wi-Fi network and running AirDisk Pro will be listed.
6Tap on your secondary, or destination, iOS device. The primary iOS device will try to connect to the secondary iOS device. A message will appear on your screen while it's waiting for the secondary device to accept.
7Confirm the connection. Go to your secondary iOS device and tap the “Yes” button on the confirmation message to accept the connection. Once this is done, the two devices are now connected.
Part 3 of 4:Transferring Files
1Select files to transfer. On your source iOS device, navigate through the folders in AirDisk Pro and select the files you want to transfer to the secondary iOS device. Tap on the files to select them. A red checkmark will appear beside the selected files.
The secondary or destination iOS device will display an orange status box while it's waiting for the or source iOS device to send the files. Let it be.
2Tap on the “Send” button to start transferring the files. A “Success” confirmation message will appear when the transfer is complete.
Since you're doing a transfer over a local network, it will just be really quick.
3Tap the “Done” button when the transfer is finished. The connection between the two devices will be disabled.
Part 4 of 4:Receiving Files
1Swipe down on the Root folder of the second device to refresh the view. This is because you may not see the received files right away on your secondary iOS device. Once you swipe down, you should see a Sharing folder appear.
2Tap open the Sharing folder. All the received files done over iOS to iOS File Sharing will be stored under this Sharing folder.
3View files. You should be able to see the files sent from your primary device. Tap on one to open it.