With iExplorer, getting music and other media from an iPhone, iPod or iPad to your Mac or PC couldn't be any easier. You can search for particular tracks, listen to them directly from your device and even drag and drop them to your computer. With the touch of a button you can copy those songs and even rebuild playlists directly from your device into iTunes.
If your music collection is scattered across multiple computers or devices; iExplorer is the tool that will help you finally unify your music library. With iTunes duplicate detection, iExplorer intelligently skips copying dupes from your device to your computer tracks so you can easily recover playlists or everything from your dusty old iPod with having to worry about swapping your computer with thousands of redundant tracks. And did we mention that when you do import music into iTunes, iExplorer saves your meta-data, such as play counts, ratings and other info?
Whether you're upgrading to a new, or whether your old one crashed and lost all its data, or your merging all your music from various iPods and iPhones on to one Mac or PC, iExplorer is the tool for the job. iExplorer lets you easily rebuild and recover your entire iTunes music collection from your iPod, iPhone or iPad with its "Auto Transfer" button that knows which tracks are missing from iTunes. With just one click iExplorer can put everything (music, ringtones, playlists & all), back into place.
iExplorer's disk mount capabilities allow you to use your iPhone, iPod or iPad like a flash drive. Want to view your iPhone's photos in Finder or Windows Explorer like you would from any other digital camera? Want to get file system access to data files contained within an app on your device? How about backing up or moving your app's high scores from one device to another? Want to save files directly from your favorite text or image editor to your iPad so you can take them to go? What about instantly seeing all your music listed out with title and artist in the track file names?
Not only does iExplorer 3 do all this, but it does it beautifully. You can easily make specific directories within your iOS accessible, or you can even mount the entire device from its root. With iExplorer 3's auto-mounting features, you can even seamlessly enable your iPhone or iPad to automatically appear in Finder or Windows Explorer every time you turn on the computer.
iMessages & SMS
We've crafted seven magnificent utilities into iExplorer to allow you to browse, preview, save and export the most important information contained in the most important databases on your iPhones and iPads.
Within these utilities you can browse, recover, backup, export and save your data. View your appointments, events or your call history. Listen to your iPhone's voicemail messages and drag or export them to a folder on your computer. Everything is always just a couple of clicks away. Be in charge of your content.
In the last few years we've seen SMSs and iMessages grow in popularity. These messages are replacing phone calls, voicemails and even emails. We understand that your SMSs and iMessages can be priceless to you and that's why we've spent so much time developing the best SMS tools to help you view, export and archive your messages and attachments. The iExplorer SMS client looks and works great with group messages and images too.
Photos and Videos are stored on your iPhone and iPods in numerous encoded formats and various databases. Whether you snapped a pic using the camera on your iPhone, or if synced saved images from your computer to an iPod Classic, or if have videos and images saved in the iCloud - iExplorer is the best app to view and export these images.
iExplorer not only works great with the videos that you created, but it also works great with the movies, TV shows and other media that you've downloaded to the device or purchased in iTunes.
Maybe the only thing more impressive than the variety of photos and videos that iExplorer supports, is its carefully designed thumbnails, full resolution previews and export options offered.
With iExplorer 3, you can access more files and folders without modifying (jailbreaking) your device. Want to access the files and folders of your device's apps? Done. How about browsing through your backup data? Check. What about the media folders containing your photos and iTunes purchases? We've got that too. What about files in apps that are synced to iCloud? Yes!*
iExplorer also works great if your iPhone is Jailbroken. With AFC2 access, the app can read and write to the iOS device's real root. (Experts only tho please!).
*iCloud access is for Mac only.
This program is a phenomenal tool for backing up my voice mail and text messages along with other important data stored on my iPhone. I wanted to take advantage of a new data plan on my iPhone to save some money on my monthly bill. I was told by AT&T that when I converted to a larger data plan I w... read more
Sydney F - Tinley Park, IL, Apr 11, 2013
I'm a professional chef and stored all my test recipes in Evernote. Since I'm never near a computer when testing recipes, I save them on my iPhone or iPad and allow them to sync to my computer. I transferred years worth of testing to my iPhone over a few days time but because of Evernote's upload re... read more
Stephanie M. - , Mar 26, 2013
I'm sure everyone has come to the realization of how much valuable data is kept on our iDevices. In my case, my iPhone text messages provided vital data relating to an exchange which occurred over several months. I tried another utility to extract this data but, in short... no go. I Googled and loca... read more
Juewett B. - Los Angeles, Mar 10, 2013
The best feature is the support. Support is quick and informative. I had problems opening the software and was quickly guided with understandable, detailed instructions. Once installed, the transfer was easy and fast. I had lost all information in Itunes after a computer crash and was able to recove... read more
tamborock on CNET - , Jan 17, 2013
Amazingly powerful app: has replaced half-a-dozen assorted iOS utilities that have built up on my Mac over the years. I particularly like being able to export Message threads as pdfs.
ATYH on MacUpdate - , Jan 13, 2013