Definitely one of the best photography apps out there, it comes highly recommended by theappwhisperer.com – read our section here on it. ShutterSnitch allows you to wirelessly transfer images to your iPad from your Eye-Fi card, Canon, Nikon or other filetransmitter that supports uploading to an FTP server over your wireless network.
ShutterSnitch has just had a major update, see What’s New below…
• Better multitasking support. (See the settings)
• It’s now possible to use the Transmit "mount as disk" feature with the active collection folder.
• The thumbnails in the collection overview now represents the last viewed photo. If you like the old way, you can turn off "Thumbnail is current photo" in the settings. • Stretching a collection thumbnail with 2 fingers will now let you peek into the collection and see a little size info on it.
• The histogram now pops more to the side, obscuring the photo less.
• IPTC metadata writing supported for the current basic fields.
• Added a setting to start browsing from the first photo every time you enter a collection.
• Actions are now saved inside "tasks" so you can have multiple presets to switch between.
• Failed actions will now be added to a queue that can be run again / at a later time.
• Actions are now available from the export/selection screen.
• Invert-selection button added to the export/selection screen.
• Images displayed on an external screen now matches its resolution (old max size was 1280 pixels).
• Added a "Move to collection" action.
• Added a "Condition" action that’ll let you set up conditional actions.
• ShutterSnitch Backup and FTP transfers from the device have been optimized to use much less memory.
• Added a "None" option to the slideshow transitions.
• Bug fixes