IOTransfer Review
By Brihanna Watson On 24 Aug, 2017 At 04:09 AM | Categorized As iPad, iPhone, Reviews | With 2 Comments

IOTransfer is an iPhone transfer software available for Windows designed to manage the data on all of your iOS devices in the easiest way possible. Here is some of the application’s description:

IOTransfer – Transfer Your i-Dea

Your iPhone/iPad manager and free iPhone transfer software for Windows

Transfer/sync contents between iPhone/iPad/iPod and backup to PC
Easy and free to manage/transfer/delete photos, music, videos, apps

Easy Photo Manager – Retain Your Best Moments

IOTransfer can safely manage photos between iPhone, iPad and PC. Export photos to computer in one click. Import pictures from PC to iPhone/iPad without using
iTunes. Remove iPhone photos in bulk to save you time and space. You can retain and share your best moments anywhere, anytime.

Manage iPhone/iPad/iPod Music as the Way You Like

IOTransfer makes it extremely easy to transfer music between iPhone, iPod, iPad, iTunes and PC with just a simple click. Bulk transfer takes you less time to transfer, while more time to enjoy music on different devices. So you can access and share your favorite music with friends and family anytime. IOTransfer is also able to sync music downloaded on computer to iPhone/iPod/iPad without deleting the current music on your iOS devices. No more boundaries for you to enjoy music as the way you like.

IOTransfer can be downloaded right from their website then installed on your PC with Windows 7 or above. Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod when prompted, and allow access to your device by trusting the computer you are connected to. After a quick scan of your iDevice, items stored will be listed in categories like iTunes. Unlike iTunes, managing what is on your iPhone is simplified, with actions being more similar to the act of connecting to an external hard drive. Click on a category, for instance Music, and choose to sync to iTunes, PC or device. Items can be added, removed and synced either individually or in bulk. Even sync directly to iTunes without ever without actually dealing with iTunes, easily managing all music, videos, photos, apps, etc all from one application.

Like iTunes, IOTransfer can control all of the contents, but in a much easier to use format. IOTransfer essentially becomes your new iPhone manager, with the ability to not only move your data to and from a Windows PC, but between iOS devices as well. Have an iPhone and iPad? Transfer between the two by connecting both devices to your PC and using IOTransfer’s content to device setting to export from one device to the other. It is direct access with an intuitive process. Just click what you want and put it where you want it. Moving photos in bulk is definitely my favorite feature overall as it clears up space on my phone much faster than the traditional method. My photos are backed up on my PC and precious storage on my phone is restored. Transfers also include backups, iBooks and even voice memos so nothing gets left behind.

IOTransfer is available now from their website with a free trial. A one year license is currently on sale for $24.95, and a lifetime license can be purchased for 50% off right now at only $29.95. The software is compatible with iPhone, iPod, and iPad.

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Brihanna has been a tech fanatic and computer nerd nearly all her life. When she isn’t chasing around kids or glued to her iPhone, she is updating app junkies like herself on where to find the latest go-to apps. Twitter & Tumblr @brihannajoi

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