If you are using Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or newer version, then importing photos from Android phone to iPhoto is easy. You need to connect your Android phone to Mac using the USB cable that came with your Android phone. Once you have connected your Android phone to Mac, it will automatically recognize your phone as a camera. Tap that for options. You just need to change the USB setting on your Android phone. When you connect Android phone to Mac, it typically defaults to Media Transfer Protocol (MTP), the Windows equivalent of the Android Transfer Tool. Now you need to change that USB connection to Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP). To change the connection, go to "Settings" and then "USB computer connection". Check mark the box located in front of "Camera (PTP). You can also change the USB connection to PTP by selecting it from the status bar while connected to the computer. 'Camera (PTP)' allows you to transfer photos using camera software and transfer any files on computer that don't support MTP. Now iPhoto will open automatically with a prompt to import photos from Android phone as it recognize the Android phone as a camera. Launch "iPhoto" on your Mac. You will see all your photos from your Android phone. Click "Import Photos" button to import all photos Or Click "Import Selected" button to import one or more selected photos. This is how you can import photos from Android phone to iPhoto on your Mac.
Quick Tip to ensure your Photos never go missing
Photos are precious memories and all of us never want to ever lose them to hard disk crashes or missing drives. PicBackMan is the easiest and simplest way to keep your photos safely backed up in one or more online accounts. Simply download PicBackMan (it's free!), register your account, connect to your online store and tell PicBackMan where your photos are - PicBackMan does the rest, automatically. It bulk uploads all photos and keeps looking for new ones and uploads those too. You don't have to ever touch it.