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InstaFriday: Loading Instagram & iPhone Pics To Your Computer

I'll admit, I love to take photos. And I love me some Instagram.

But I couldn't figure out how to get all those pics off of my iPhone without e-mailing them to myself or putting them on Facebook via my phone. So this week, my goal was to figure just how to make that happen.

So after some searching on the web, I found this great little app called  Cucusoft iPad/iPhone/iPod to Computer Transfer (seriously - they didn't spent too much time on creativity on naming this one did they?). It does cost a little bit - but it was totally worth it to me. Punch in my check card ($29.95, download the app and I was on my one easy click, I had my photos and videos all loaded onto my computer.  

893 photos later... I could sort them, upload them as a batch to an online photo site and finally delete them off my phone to stop hogging space (so I could have room for more!!!)

Instragram is one of my favorite phone apps, and there are tons of fun websites and apps that work with Instagram, but one of my favorites is Webstagram - you can look at photos online and comment on them as well. 

As as part of InstaFriday at Life Rearranged, I'll share one of my favorite Instagram photos this week:

This was Sunday afternoon - it was 106 degrees outside - the hottest it has ever been in North Carolina. Growing up, people used to say "It's so hot out there you could fry an egg on the sidewalk."
Yep, this is an egg we cracked on the sidewalk.
Nope, doesn't work. But we can at least say we tried!


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