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WiFi Booth In-App Purchase Packages

WiFi Booth In-App Purchase Packages

What’s included in each package?

Selfie Package Small Events Package PRO Events Package
Connect to your Camera's Built-in WiFi, no watermarks
Connect to Eye-Fi (supported models) SD card, no watermarks iPad only iPad only iPad only
Take photos with iPad camera, no watermarks
Adjust Camera settings like photo mirroring, and Collage settings like background color or photo
All photos saved to Camera Roll
Remote-control your iPad with iPhones, iPods, and Apple Watch to trigger your camera directly
Event Management: multiple events with different settings, photo albums, etc
Direct Printing via AirPrint, BluePrint, FTP, and to supported DNP products
Dropbox integration: auto-upload collages or all photos
Automatically download photos from Twitter via #yourEvent
Tweet collages to #yourEvent
Branding: add your logo to collages, to your guests' iPhone/iPod app, to emails; change iPad's main screen title to your event name
Email: collect email addresses, live-send email to your guests with either a Dropbox link, or the collage directly attached
FTP Server: upload photos directly into the app
Offline support: emails and Dropbox uploads will queue while your iPad is offline, automatically send once online
ALL upcoming features (anything developed in the future)
Available as a... One-time purchase One-time purchase Yearly Subscription

This table applies to the iPad version of the app. The iPhone version of the app can only purchase the Selfie package and has fewer features than the iPad version.

Please don’t make a purchase until you know the app works for you.

Before you purchase the app there are no limitations beyond watermarks, the nag screen, and photo downsizing. So if the app is not connecting to your camera, or some other functionality is not how you expect, then please post on the community forums to get answers to your questions before purchasing.

Wait, all the packages changed in 3.2.0, and I’ve already purchased something! Is my purchase still valid?

Yes, of course! Any purchases you’ve made will be honored as long as the app exists, just like you’d expect. If you purchased something and you feel that it behaves differently in a newer version of the app, then please get in touch with us by posting on the community forums.

What’s a Yearly Subscription? Why would I want that?

The PRO Events Package is sold as an auto-renewing yearly subscription through Apple. Apple will automatically attempt to renew the package 24 hours before the end of the period (so, one day less than a year after you buy it). You can cancel your subscription at any time – simply use the Manage Subscriptions link on the settings page of WiFi Booth, or use iTunes to cancel your subscription.

Subscriptions allow independent developers like me to earn a wage that translates into us having enough time to keep improving this app. This app is built by Tim, not a company. Tim has 2 kids and mouths to feed, and this app is not small enough to be just a hobby! Thank you so much for your support, it literally means the world to me.

Help, I purchased something but it doesn’t work like I expect!

Please use the community forums to get in touch and we’ll help you.

I had to wipe my iPad, and now my purchase is gone!

Hit the Restore Purchase button on the app settings page.

First the app will check to see if you bought any packages, by connecting to Apple and examining your in-app purchases. You may be prompted to sign-in with your Apple ID. Make sure you use the same Apple ID that you used to purchase the package! If you purchased a package and it doesn’t restore properly, check the Apple ID you are signed in with: go to the Settings App -> iTunes & App Store and check the signed-in Apple ID there.

Next, the app will check to see if you rented any packages (applies only to older packages purchased before version 3.2.0). To do this, it will ask you to sign in with Facebook. Make sure you use the same Facebook ID that you used when you rented the package! If it doesn’t work and you remember that you did use a Facebook ID, then open Safari, go to, manually sign out, go back to WiFi Booth, and try your restore again. Unfortunately if you did not sign into Facebook when prompted directly after renting a package, then there is no way to restore your rental. If you get stuck please use the Community link above to post in the forums.

Branding: how to brand your event

Branding: how to brand your event

This article is applicable to WiFi Booth version 3.1.0 and newer. To update, please open the App Store app and go to the updates tab

Want to get your name, logo, and brand visible to your guests using your photobooth? WiFi Booth has got you covered. WiFi Booth supports logos in PNG and JPG formatted. PNG is recommended.

Branding your Event

Most of the interaction with WiFi Booth happens on the iPad, so most of the branding opportunities are on the iPad.

Event Name

The name of the event that you choose is what is shown at the top of the iPad screen:

Logo in Collages

By creating a logo that is added to collages, guests will see your logo on the iPad, in prints, in photos saved to Dropbox, tweets, and so on.

First, prepare your logo: it should be a PNG, transparent if you are not printing with a white background, cropped to its actual dimensions, and with a resolution that you are using to print with (ie. 4×6″ at 300dpi is 4*300 = 1200 pixels by 6*300 = 1800 pixels, so as close to 1200×1800 pixels as the logo’s aspect ratio allows. Don’t make it too big or your iPad will have to work really hard every time someone touches the screen to change a collage.

Next, get the logo on your iPad, and save it to your Camera Roll. You can do this by emailing the logo to yourself on the iPad, or by using AirDrop, or Dropbox etc.

Finally, configure WiFi Booth to use your logo: in the Event Details pane, scroll down to Add Logo to Collages touch the placeholder image, and select your logo. Now you need to configure the other options available to you:


  • In Collage – logo will be added as if it were one of the selected photos: logo-incollage
  • Top / Bottom – logo will be added in an area above or below the collage. The size of this area is configurable by the slider marked Logo size. logo-top
  • As Overlay / Watermark – see section below titled “Overlay (Watermark) on Collages”

Please note that while Landscape paper orientation is selected, the only available logo option is In Collage. If you cannot select other logo options, then change the paper orientation first.

Overlay (Watermark) on Collages

You can also choose to show an image drawn on top of the collage, ie. like a watermark. To do this, in the Event Details screen, touch the placeholder image under Overlay on Collages. You’ll first be prompted to pick the image you want to show (from the iPad Camera Roll). Next, you need to configure its position:

  • Maximized – if you want to show the image as big as it can be (ie. the full dimensions of the collage), then near the top-right, hit the Maximized button. You’ll then need to choose if you want the image to be stretched (ie. an image of a “frame”), or keep its aspect ration (ie. a logo).
  • In position – you can pinch to zoom and drag to move the image to where you want it to be drawn on the collage. Note that the relative position of the image to the 4 corners, and midpoints of the sides is used to calculate how the image should be drawn as an overlay: for example, if the image is closest to the bottom-left corner, then the relative percent of the image’s distance from the bottom-left corner is used.


Showing your Logo on the iPhone / iPod clients

In the same way that you selected your logo to be shown in collages above, you can select a white version of your logo to be shown on the iPhone/iPod clients. If your normal logo is also white, then you can just select the same logo again here. To do this, touch the placeholder image in the Event Details pane for your event. Here’s what it looks like on the iPhone, with the logo of Tim Carr Photo loaded on the event details screen:

Event Details



If you configure WiFi Booth to send emails to your guests, then you can add a custom logo to these emails. To do this, you first need to upload your logo to your webhost, and get the link to it (ie. Then, open the Settings App, choose WiFi Booth at the bottom of the left-hand pane, and in the right-hand pane scroll down until you see Custom Logo Image URL, as seen in the screenshot below — put the URL in there. You can send a test email from the Event Details page to check if it is working.

Screen Shot 2016-09-03 at 3.24.24 PM

For help configuring email, please see the separate article Configure WiFi Booth to email your guests.

Configure WiFi Booth to email your guests

Configure WiFi Booth to email your guests

This article applies to WiFi Booth 3.3.4 and newer on the iPad. Please make sure you are running 3.3.4 or newer by going to the Settings App, scrolling all the way down on the left-hand side to find WiFi Booth, and then all the way down on the right-hand side — you’ll see the version number listed at the bottom.


This article will help you understand how to configure WiFi Booth to send email to your guests, and the choices for email content. WiFi Booth is designed to help you get your guests’ photos on your guests’ devices as quickly as possible!

Choices, Choices…

You choose the behavior for email in the event screen, shown here:

Event settings
Here’s an explanation of what these mean:

  • Off – guests cannot enter their email addresses
  • Only Savedefault. Guests enter their email addresses, but no email is sent. The app collects the email addresses, and after the event is over you manually send email yourself to these addresses. To retrieve the email addresses, touch the folder icon at the top-right (see above screenshot), then “Get Email Addresses“. If you want to clear the email addresses of an event, touch the folder icon and then “Clear Email Addresses“.
  • Dropbox Linkinternet access required per version 3.3.0, offline email and Dropbox is supported. Please see the note below. As soon as a guest enters their email address, WiFi Booth will upload the chosen collage to Dropbox, and email the guest with a link to the collage, and to the album where the collage is stored. This option requires a Dropbox account; you will be prompted to log into Dropbox when you hit “Done“. Email addresses are also stored as they are with Only Save (see above)
  • As Attachmentinternet access required per version 3.3.0, offline email and Dropbox is supported. Please see the note below. As soon as a guest enters their email address, WiFi Booth will send an email to the guest with the chosen photo attached. Email addresses are also stored as they are with Only Save (see above)

Configuring Email

The first time you configure an event in WiFi Booth to send email, you’ll be prompted to go to the Settings App to enter your email settings. This is because WiFi Booth connects to your email account to send email as you, so that the guests receive email from you (the event organizer). In other words, it needs the username and password to your email account. You can use any email account, ie. you can set up for this purpose. Or you could create a new GMail account just for your WiFi Booth events.

To configure email, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Settings App, and in the left-hand pane, scroll down and select WiFi Booth. If you were prompted in WiFi Booth to open Settings after you touched an email setting, then this step was done for you.
  2. In the Settings app right-hand pane, scroll down until you see email settings. You’re looking for this: Screen Shot 2016-09-03 at 3.24.24 PM
  3. Configure your email settings:
    • EMail SMTP server: The SMTP server is the server that WiFi Booth will connect to, to send email. The default is correct for Google & GMail accounts.
    • EMail SMTP port: The port to connect to the SMTP server on. This is tied with the connection type setting – if you change the connection type setting, then you probably need to change this too. The default of 465 should be correct for most email accounts (including GMail accounts), because it is the default port for TLS/SSL connections.
    • EMail SMTP username: Enter your username — for example if your email address is, then your username is only myname. If you’re not sure, contact your email service provider.
    • EMail SMTP password: If you are using a GMail or Google-hosted email account, enter any word here (ie. “foo”) – it won’t be used, but this field cannot be empty; you’ll be prompted to authenticate with Google later. If you are NOT using a GMail or Google-hosted email account, please enter your SMTP password (the password you use to send email). If you’re not sure, please contact your email service provider.
  4. If you want to customize the logo that is shown in the email sent to guests, then upload your logo to your webserver, and enter the web-address (e.g. http://link/to/myimage.jpg) to the logo in the field “Custom Logo Image URL”. You can leave this field blank.
  5. Go back to the WiFi Booth app, reselect the desired email service (Dropbox Link or As Attachment), and touch the button “Send an email to test email settings“.
  6. You’ll be asked if your email account is hosted on Google (ie. GMail, or other Google-hosted email account setups). If it is, say Yes, and authenticate with Google when asked. By doing so you are giving WiFi Booth access to your Google email account, so that it can send email. WiFi Booth does not read your email, it only sends.
  7. In the WiFi Booth app, you’ll be prompted to enter an email address for testing; enter one where you can receive email. It’s ok to use the same one you are sending from. If your settings are correct, you’ll briefly see a checkmark, and then receive a test email at the given address. If not, you’ll get a pop-up.

Need to reauthenticate with Google?

If you logged in with a Google account there’s no obvious “sign-out” button, but there are two things you can do to sign-out:

  • To get WiFi Booth to prompt you again to log in to Google after you select an event, go to the Settings app, change the EMail SMTP username to something else, go back to WiFi Booth, and select the event again. This will cause the popup asking for Google authentication to show again: every time the email server or username settings are altered, the popup shows again when an event is selected.
  • To stop WiFi Booth from using your Google email account, log in to Google, go to My Account, Connected Apps & Sites, Manage Apps, and remove WiFi Booth.

Offline Support

If you don’t have internet connectivity at your event, don’t sweat it! WiFi Booth’s got you covered. Uploading photos to Dropbox (collages and individual photos), sending Dropbox-link emails, and sending emails with photos attached now functions while your iPad is offline (version 3.3 or newer required). You can also create new Dropbox-enabled events while offline. Here are the important considerations:

  • The first time you ever enable Dropbox for any event, you must sign into Dropbox and this requires an internet connection. You only need to do this once.
  • The first time you set up a GMail or Google-hosted email account, you must have internet access. You only need to do this once.
  • If you don’t have much space free on your iPad, you can get into trouble. As guests save collages, photos, or send emails, these are being saved to disk (including the photos themselves) inside the WiFi Booth app. WiFi Booth shows you how much space is free when the app is first started, in the bottom-right corner.
  • To get the offline stuff to send, all you have to do is make sure your iPad has an internet connection, open WiFi Booth (it does not matter whether the app was already running or not), and make sure you’re on the main screen (ie. some event is selected — it does not matter which). WiFi Booth will automatically detect internet connectivity, and start sending all stored offline content from all events. Don’t close WiFi Booth until it is done: you can check the progress on the main screen – in the top-right corner you’ll see a little spinner, which will give you more details if you touch it.
Issues with Canon Cameras not firing Flash

Issues with Canon Cameras not firing Flash

This article is applicable to WiFi Booth versions 3.0.0 and newer

Do you have a flash (or remote trigger) connected to the hotshoe of your Canon camera, and all of a sudden it isn’t firing? That’s due to a peculiarity in the way Canon has built their Live View. You have 2 options with WiFi Booth, depending on which Canon camera you have.

Canon Cameras: REBEL series

If you have a REBEL series Canon camera including the 750D and 760D (aka T6i, T6s), and you need to shoot with a flash, then you must disable Live View in WiFi Booth settings. To do this: (version 3.1.0 and newer) Live-view can be disabled in the Event details screen; (version 3.0.0 and older) on your iPad open the Settings App, scroll down to WiFi Booth, and in the right-hand pane find the “Disable Liveview” switch and toggle it to disable Live View.

Canon Cameras: mid-to-high end

If you have a Canon 60D, 7D, or other mid/high-end Canon, then you can use Canon Live View with WiFi Booth and flash as well — all you have to do is disable a setting on your camera called “Silent LV shoot.”. Here’s a photo of the setting you need to change. If you cannot find it, please consult your Canon manual to learn how to disable silent live-view shooting (there is mode1, mode2, and disable; you want “disable”).


WiFi Booth for iPhone, iPod, and Apple Watch

WiFi Booth for iPhone, iPod, and Apple Watch

WiFi Booth is a photobooth app which connects to cameras & printers for an awesome photobooth experience.

Use your iPhone/iPod to control the iPad

WiFi Booth runs the photobooth from the iPad, and can be remotely controlled by running WiFi Booth on an iPhone, iPod, or Apple Watch with iOS 8.1 or newer. Sorry, there’s no Android version available yet.


Using your iPhone/iPod/Apple Watch, you can:

  • Trigger the camera (take a photo)
  • Download your photos
  • Get the Dropbox link (if this feature has been enabled on the iPad)

Connecting your iPhone / iPod / Watch to the iPad

When you first start WiFi Booth on your iPhone/iPad/Watch, it will immediately start trying to connect to WiFi Booth on an iPad. It uses bluetooth to connect, so bluetooth must be turned on. You will see a warning if bluetooth is not turned on, in which case turn it on by swiping up from below the screen, and touching the Bluetooth button:


You don’t need to connect bluetooth or wi-fi to anything, or enter any information — connection is automatic. If you cannot connect, try moving closer to the iPad as the range of Bluetooth can be limited by radio interference.

Press the Button to take a Photo!


Once connected, press the big red button in the middle of the screen to instruct the iPad to take a photo.

Downloading your Photos

You can only download photos that were taken when you triggered the camera with your iPhone/iPod/Watch:

  1. After you trigger a photo, it is sent to your iPhone/iPod/Watch immediately afterwards
  2. If you want to keep the photo, you must hit “Save” in the top-right corner of the image-preview:


If you don’t hit Save, the photo is deleted from your iPhone/iPod when you leave this screen; the photo is still available on the iPad. 

On your iPhone/iPod, Photos are saved to the Camera Roll. To get to them, open the Apple Photos app and look for an album called WiFi Booth.

If you are using the Apple Watch, please note that Photos are only saved on your iPhone (not on the Watch). If you experience problems with the Watch, please make sure your first use the iPhone to take & save one photo before trying the Watch again.

Getting Dropbox Photos

If the iPad has been configured to upload photos to Dropbox, then after connecting you’ll see a Dropbox button at the bottom of the iPhone/iPod screen where the camera button is. Touch this to open the Dropbox folder for your event.

How to print from WiFi Booth over Bluetooth by using BluePrint

How to print from WiFi Booth over Bluetooth by using BluePrint

Starting with WiFi Booth 2.5.0, you can print over Bluetooth to AirPrint printers. The reason you’d want to do this is because when the wifi of your iPad is connected directly to your camera / Eye-fi card, your iPad cannot connect to a printer over wifi. This is a common issue with Sony and Nikon cameras, because the wifi of these cameras doesn’t support connecting to a wifi hotspot (router). BluePrint is a FREE app specifically developed to solve this problem, and WiFi Booth integrates with it directly.




  • A second iOS device with Bluetooth and wi-fi, running iOS 8.1 or newer. That’s basically any iPhone or iPod that you have lying around
  • The printer to be shared must support AirPrint (ie. Canon Selphy CP910 or newer), and must be connected to the same wifi network as your second iOS device. You can use a portable wifi hotspot for this. I’ve had good luck with the DLink DIR-505. Or you can connect the printer to the wifi of your second iOS device, ie. using Personal Hotspot — that assumes that your second iOS device has a SIM card in it (Apple devices do not allow Personal Hotspot without a SIM card present)
  • During your event, the iPad and the second iOS device can be reasonably close together (the range of Bluetooth varies, but I wouldn’t expect much beyond about 5 meters or so)


  1. Make sure Bluetooth is turned on, on both your iPad and your second iOS device. You don’t need to connect to anything, or do anything other than make sure Bluetooth is on.
  2. Install BluePrint on your second iOS device. Here’s the app-store link: Note that BluePrint does NOT need to be installed or running on your iPad where WiFi Booth is running. This might confuse things, so it’s recommended not to put BluePrint on the same iPad as WiFi Booth.
  3. Connect the wifi of your second iOS device to the same wifi your printer is on. If your second iOS device is an iPhone, then it is best to use your iPhone’s Personal Hotspot feature and get the printer connected to that. You can tell if the printer is connected to your iPhone’s Personal Hotspot by the blue bar at the top of the iPhone which should say “1 Device Connected”.
  4. Start BluePrint on your second iOS device, and touch the “Share a printer” button. Select your printer from the list. If you can’t see your printer, make sure the printer is on the same wifi network as your second iOS device.
  5. Open WiFi Booth on your iPad, go to the Settings/Purchase screen by tapping the cog icon at the top-right, and touch Printers
  6. Touch Add BluePrint Printer, and follow instructions from there. That’s it! Prints might take a while if your Bluetooth is on the limit of its range. If that’s a problem, you can try decreasing the print resolution (that’s in the Settings App -> WiFi Booth).

If you get stuck, please visit the Community — someone will help you!

Twitter + WiFi Booth

Twitter + WiFi Booth

WiFi Booth can automatically download your event’s hashtagged photos, directly from Twitter. It can also automatically tweet collages. These two options are independently configured in the Event Details screen.

How it Works

Your iPad will need internet connectivity (3G, wifi, whatever). Once configured, the app will connect and stay connected to Twitter. It will automatically reconnect as quickly as possible, should your internet connection drop for a moment.

How to turn Twitter on or off

Twitter is configured on the Event. Event management is always shown when you first start the app; you can also open it by going to the Settings screen and touching “Choose an Event”. The text underneath the Tweet text is what will actually be tweeted out — it will also let you know if you exceed the 140 character limit.

Configuring Twitter on the Event Details screen
Configuring Twitter

Log in using your Twitter account

Once you select the event (hit Done in Event management), you’ll be prompted to log into Twitter if you did not already do so. You can log in with any Twitter account. To turn off Twitter or change the hashtag that is being used, go back to Event management.

Downloading Photos from a Twitter #hashtag

On the Event Details screen, turn on the Download photos from Twitter switch, and enter a hashtag. You don’t need to include the #. Note that in addition to searching for #yourHashTag, the app will also find tweets that contain the hashtag as a word — to find out precisely what is matched, please see this article (specifically the “track” part).

As new photos arrive at your specified #hashtag, they will automatically be downloaded (at full resolution) and automatically appear in the strip of photos at the top. There’s a switch at the top that lets you choose what the strip shows: by default it shows photos from the camera, and by changing the switch you choose to show photos from Twitter instead. This prevents the photos from being mixed together, which makes finding them harder.

Once Twitter is enabled, there is a status icon at the top-left that shows you whether the app is connected to Twitter. You can touch this icon to learn more details. Note that this icon does not show in upload-only configurations, ie. if you are tweeting photos (uploading), but not monitoring a hashtag (downloading).

The green Twitter icon shows that Twitter is connected. The red badge shows that there are 9 new (unseen) Twitter photos.
Twitter status icon

An Elephant Never Forgets — neither does WiFi Booth!

Once a photo is downloaded from Twitter, it is “remembered” inside of that event, even if you have to restart the app. “Remembered” photos are not downloaded a second time. This makes sure that you don’t end up with lots of copies of the same photo if they are retweeted lots of times, or if you need to restart the app/iPad or lose your connectivity. If you want to reset this, ie. make the iPad forget the photos it downloaded for this Event, then go to the Settings screen, touch “Choose an Event”, touch the folder icon at the top-right of the screen, and touch “Reset Twitter Downloads”.

Photos that are tweeted out by WiFi Booth are not downloaded; ie. if WiFi Booth tweets out photos to the same hashtag that WiFi Booth is monitoring (downloading from), then it will not download these photos. This is done by not downloading any photos from the same Twitter account that the WiFi Booth is logged into. So if you want to tweet photos to the WiFi Booth, make sure you use a different Twitter account when you tweet (ie. not the one WiFi Booth is logged in with).


How to write an App Store review for the WiFi Booth!

How to write an App Store review for the WiFi Booth!

Please write a review for The WiFi Booth on the Apple App store! Indie developers like me really need people like you to review their apps. It greatly increases the chances that my app will be found by people searching the app store.

To write a review:

  1. On your iOS device, open the Apple App Store app
  2. Search for “wifibooth” and open it, or, click this link:
  3. Go to the Reviews pane (see the red callout in the image below)
    • IMG_2778
  4. Touch “Write a Review” (see the red callout in the image below)
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  5. Choose a number of stars and write a review! Of course i’m hoping you pick 5 stars, but please leave a genuine review and tell me how you feel about the app.


Wifibooth + DNP printers with DNP WPS

Wifibooth + DNP printers with DNP WPS

Updated Instructions for wifibooth 3.3 and newer

Prior to wifibooth version 3.3, FTP printing was used to print to DNP WPS printers. This is no longer the case. Please update the app to the newest version, then go to the Settings app, wifibooth, and turn off FTP printing.

Do you own a DNP WPS product like the WPS-1 or the WPS PRO, with a supported DNP printer connected to it like the DS40, DS80, RX1, or DNP DS620 (or any other printer the WPS unit supports)? Then you can configure wifibooth to print to your DNP printer! The reason the WPS unit is required is because DNP printers do not have wifi, they only have a USB cable connection.

Configuring the DNP WPS is out of the scope of this article, but the good news is that it should work with just the default settings of the DNP WPS. To configure wifibooth to print to DNP WPS, follow these steps:

  1. Make sure the DNP WPS is powered on, ready, with a supported printer connected & powered on, and your network connection(s) are connected so that the iPad can communicate to the DNP WPS
  2. Open wifibooth and go to the settings screen (cog icon at top-right of main screen), and touch the Printers button. If you get a popup warning that FTP printing is on, turn this off in the Settings App before continuing
  3. wifibooth will attempt to automatically locate your DNP WPS on the network. If it cannot, you will be prompted to enter the IP address of the WPS unit. You can enter an IP address or a hostname (if you configured your WPS unit to have a hostname). Note that if wifibooth reports that your WPS unit doesn’t have any printers connected or is not ready, but the printer appears to be connected, then this means that you need to reboot your WPS unit.
  4. A list of print queues provided by the WPS unit will popup. Select the queue that corresponds to the print configuration you want.
  5. The paper size in the event settings screen will have been automatically changed to match the required size of the print queue you selected. However, if you chose a strip-cut queue (such as 2x2x6), then you must now go to the event settings screen, and select “2 Strips” printing

… that’s it!

How to Connect your Camera with Eye-Fi

How to Connect your Camera with Eye-Fi

This article describes how to connect your camera with an Eye-Fi card to the WiFi Booth app on your iPad.

Which Eye-Fi card do you have?

Recommended: Eye-Fi Cards that support Infrastructure Mode

These Eye-Fi cards can connect to wireless access points, like your wifi router at home. If you have one of these, touch the image below to continue.




Not recommended: Eye-Fi Cards that do not support Infrastructure Mode

These Eye-Fi cards cannot connect to wireless access points like your router at home. Instead, all devices must connect to the Eye-Fi card. This means no Twitter functionality (because iPad won’t have internet access), and issues with the connection dropping. If you have one of these, touch the image below to continue.




How to get your Eye-Fi Upload Key

How to get your Eye-Fi Upload Key

This article describes how to get your Eye-Fi Upload Key, which is generated by the official Eye-Fi software. The upload key is what allows a device to communicate with an Eye-Fi card when both devices are on the same wifi network. The “Eye-Fi Key” is the same thing as the upload key.

Getting the Eye-Fi upload key is a little tricky! There are gotchas — please follow the steps carefully. If you get stuck visit the Community for help!

Which Eye-Fi Card do you have?

Please click/touch the card that is closest to what you have.





The Wifibooth Community is an online forum where you can ask questions, see if others had the same problem as you, and tell us your awesome new ideas for future versions. Click here to visit the community.