Transfer Apps from iPad to iPhone with iCloud
With iCloud, apps syncing among multiple iOS devices comes true. There is no problem for us to transfer iPhone to computer and share iPhone files to mother iOS device. If you have a couple of apps on iPad and wanna use them on iPhone, you can use iCloud to sync iPad apps to iPhone wirelessly. Sounds very easy? Here we go.
Tutorial: How to Transfer Apps from iPad to iPhone with iCloud
Firstly, you need to get the things prepared:
iPad iOS 5.0 or later
iPhone iOS 5.0 or later
WiFi or 3G connection
Step 1. First, you need to run iTunes Store app on iPad, and tap your apps you want to transfer to iPhone. Then set to share your iTunes library with iPhone.
Step 2. Launch the App Store app on iPhone, then tap the Updates button in the bottom right corner.
Step 3. Tap the Purchased button at the top of the screen. Here you'll see a list of all apps purchased through the iTunes account you're using on this device. Select either All apps you've downloaded or just apps Not On This Device.
Step 4. Apps available for download are the ones not currently installed on the device you're using. To redownload them, tap the iCloud icon next to them. Apps with a grayed-out Installed button next to them are already on your device.
That's it! With this tutorial's help, you can easily transfer apps from iPad to iPhone with iCloud. Share this tutorial with more guys who need to transfer apps from iPad to iPhone with iCloud!
But if you want to transfer files not purchased from iTunes between iOS device, you have to ask help from iPad Music to Computer Transfer.
More about iCloud...
iCloud is the new age MobileMe replacement. It integrates the existing Contacts, Calendars and Mail apps with 6 new apps. These apps are: App Store, iBooks, Backup, iTunes, PhotoStream, Documents. Users will get 5 GB of storage free that doesn't include photos, apps, music, or books.