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It means in date/time sequence. If you had 15 major events in you life and you placed them in chronological order, you would list them from the earliest one you had to the most recent. Chrono refer to time.
Try downloading an app called Shareit.
When attached to the same WiFi, you can transfer Photos directly from iPad to iPad and even between Windows and Andriod devices. You start Shareit on both devices and send from one and receive on the other.
Why not download them onto your computer (in a folder of its own) then arrange them yourself. Try this>
right click anywhere inside the folder window
from the pop-up menu, select anyone of the following - depending on your preference. Point to sub-menus 'Sort by' and 'Group by' under Arrange by menu and you can choose Name,Date,Tag etc. Your pictures will be arranged automatically for you.
Connect your iPad to your PC. Start iTunes. In the left column of iTunes on your PC you should see your iPad listsxed. Select your iPad. Look for photos in the bar at the top of the right column in iTunes on your PC.