No iOS storage, no problem with the PhotoFast CR-8800 iOS microSD card reader

PhotoFast CR-8800

So, it might seem with my last two posts that I may be running out of storage on my iOS devices. This is not exactly true, the fact is I just happen to run across these products at the same time and thought they were neat. But if you are running out of storage for your iOS device and want some flexibility on storage size, the PhotoFast CR-8800 iOS micro SD card reader may be the choice for you. The CR-8800 is a micro SD card reader that plugs into a Lightning connector port to allow you to transfer and store data to and from your iOS device. This .043″ thick x .078″ wide x .129″ long adapter is designed to use low power mode, low consumption micro SD cards and is small enough to carry in your pocket. Made to work with the I-FlashDrive ONE app, the CR-8800 can back up photos, music and movie files. Available on the PhotoFast website for $39.99 without a micro SD card, the PhotoFast CR-8800 iOS micro SD card reader may be a low-cost alternative to high-cost iOS storage devices.

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3 comments… add one
  • Sandee Cohen December 19, 2015, 9:17 am

    So many questions and so little information on their web site.

    How does it work? How are files transferred? If audios for Audible were backed up, how would they play if the device was plugged in? Same with movies from Amazon.

    I wish these companies didn’t expect us to understand without instructions.

  • Larry Geisz December 19, 2015, 12:33 pm

    @Sandee Cohen Files are moved via the I-FlashDrive ONE app, I use the same app for the PhotoFast Max Extreme I reviewed.

    • Sandee Cohen December 19, 2015, 2:07 pm

      But how do you play them?

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