The user will need to sign into their Facebook account via the iOS settings. When posting to Facebook the user can edit the caption, specify the photo album, location, and audience.
After clicking on the Instagram icon, the Instagram app will open with the selected image will be available for editing and posting to Instagram. The user will be prompted to sign into Instagram if not already signed in. After posting the image to Instagram, one can resume their CamRanger session.
The user must first sign into their flickr account within the iOS settings. Once signed in, one can post to flickr by pressing "more" within the CamRanger share tab.
The user must first sign into their Twitter account from within the iOS settings. After pressing the Twitter icon the user can rename the image and choose to include a location.
To set up access to ones Dropbox account, the user will need to enter the CamRanger "Settings" and then click on "Transfer" to enter in the Dropbox user information. Once signed into one’s account, images can be saved to the Dropbox account.
To set up access to an FTP server, the user will need to enter the CamRanger "Settings" and then click on "Transfer", to enter in the FTP information. Once the FTP server is connected, the user can share images to the FTP server.
Save individual images or auto save all images to the iOS photo library.
The user can selectively share images to users with the CamRanger Share app on their smart phone, tablet, or computer.
Message: Send images via iMessage or text message.
Mail: Send images via e-mail. If one is not bridged into an existing WiFi or have access to cellular data, one can send the e-mail and it will remain in the “outbox” and send once connected to the Internet or cellular data.
iCloud: Send images to iCloud
Copy: Copy images to paste in a different application.
Print: Print images from any AirPrint compatible printer. After clicking print, the user must select the correct printer and number of prints.