The ipad have proved to be one of the best travel companion, with both a huge library for apps and games that keep you entertained on the go. the retina display make watching movies on your ipad even more enjoyable. There are two viable options when it comes to transferring movies to your iPad without using Apple’s iTunes, and the first is to use cloud storage. Using cloud storage is the simplest way to transfer movies to your iPad, but it may also be the longest way especially for larger files.
How to Download Movies to iPad Without iTunes:
There are many third party storage options that have accompanying iPad apps, but the most popular ones are Dropbox, Google Drive and One Drive. Offering 2GB of free storage when you sign up and 500MB for every referral (up to 16GB), Dropbox seems to be the most popular service. So, to start with, make sure that you’ve downloaded the Dropbox app from the App Store on your iPad and installed the Dropbox folder on your PC or Mac.
To transfer a movie, simply copy and paste the movie file from your computer into the Dropbox folder. Now comes the part that could take a while, depending on the size of the file and your internet connection, it could take up to a few hours to sync the movie to Dropbox. You’ll know once it has finished syncing because it’ll have a green tick next to its icon.If you want to export the movie so it’s available in the Photos app, that’s also an option. Once you’ve selected your movie, tap the Share icon in the top right hand corner and tap on Save Video. It’ll then export the video from Dropbox, ready to be accessed via the Photos app. Click here to read iOS 9 vs iOS 8 comparison.