The iPhone, iPad and iPod are great devices and most people have a few of them, but sometimes managing your iPhone, iPad or iPod on a PC can be really frustrating because Apple heavily tethers them to iTunes, which is a little bit complex to use and doesn't enable us to transfer files to/from computer, or transfer between iOS 7 devices.
For PC users like me, fortunately, we have quite a few options like iPhone Data Transfer Software which has all the features you need to manage your iOS 7 devices( iPhone, iPad or iPod), while can also do cool things iTunes can't, for example, it enables you to transfer your music, video, photos, playlist, text messages to and from your PC; copy photos & picture albums to or from your PC & iDevice; import, export or delete files on your iPhone, iPad or iPod, and edit your contacts etc., it even allows you to create a backup or restore your devices data.
iAny Transfer supports all iOS 7 devices:
Let's take a quick look at what this iOS 7 manager tool can do for us.
Double click to launch iAny Transfer, and plug-in your iOS 7 device(s). Click "trust" on the pop-up menu on your device after successfully connected, and your device(s) will be read after a moment.
Import, export or delete files on your iOS 7 devices: This application allows you to add music, playlist, videos, photos to your iPhone/iPad/iPod from a PC. You can also delete duplicates.
Transfer files to a Computer: Choose any file you want to sync back, then click "Computer" button on the right, and then select a folder to store your files.
Transfer to iTunes: This feature enables you to create a backup to your new computer. Just select the files you want to transfer on the left-side menu, and click the "iTunes" button on the right.
Transfer to Device: If you connect more than one iOS 7 device, you can transfer to share files between them, just hit on the "Devices" button on the right.
All these can be done with just one click, which is much easier than iTunes. I can almost ditch iTunes by using this tool now.comments powered by Disqus