Nikon’s SnapBridge app for automatic transfer of images from your DSLR has been extended to iOS users.

Previously available only to Android users, Nikon had promised an iOS version of the app in summer of 2016 sometime near the end of August.

Though no formal announcement from Nikon has been made, we noticed the iOS SnapBridge app available on the App Store. And Nikon also appears to have updated its Snapbridge landing page with links to the App Store.

What is SnapBridge?

Nikon’s SnapBridge app is functionality it rolled out with the Nikon D500 that enables the camera to stay wirelessly connected to a smartphone or tablet.

The app enables the two devices to maintain a low-power connection so that images can be transferred automatically from your camera so that they are ready to share from your phone.

We tested the functionality in our Nikon D500 review and found it performs very well, and is quite a useful feature to have.

The Nikon SnapBridge app is free and can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play.

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