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Guys, can anyone recommend the best software to transfer photos to and from the Nexus 5 and iPhoto on a Mac?

I have DoubleTwist, but that software can only transfer photos TO iPhoto not from it. I want to be able to transfer albums from my iPhoto to my N5.

So far it seems a nigh on impossible task.

Also, music to and from iTunes is also nigh on impossible.
 
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Finder, Android file transfer....

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Android File Transfer is a pain as you have to figure out what photo's you have already transferred over.

I was hoping for more of an iPhoto style app that automatically picks up new photo's to transfer over.
 
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Android File Transfer is a pain as you have to figure out what photo's you have already transferred over.

I was hoping for more of an iPhoto style app that automatically picks up new photo's to transfer over.
I would probably just transfer them manually using whatever Apple's default file explorer is. Or you could turn on Cloud syncing, then just pull the new photos down manually from the cloud on your Mac if you wanted. Easiest would be manual transfer IMO. Drag and drop them.
 
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Use Google+ as a cloud storage for your photos. They will automatically show up in your stock gallery and wont take up space on your device.
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