Apple has been known to focus its music video and most of hte other features around the iTunes app. But there is a snag to it. Though the syncing is quite effortlessly carried out, it’s quite difficult to transfer files from iPhone to PC or Mac or to transfer files from iPad to PC or Mac.
Working your way to My Computer or Finder did seem simple previously when the violation of copyright wasn’t taken that seriously. However, since the fruit company copied the DRM scrap in its digital content, extracting files has become far more difficult.Stealing of copyrights has enabled complete browsing of devices as well as data transfer with the help of the third party apps. DiskAid is one such app that enables you to transfer files from your iPhone or iPad or even transfer files from iPod Touch to PC or Mac without much effort.
The updated version of DiskAid boasts of features that make your iDevice management extremely easy while its free version enables the transfering of as many files as you’d like to from your iOS to OS X or windows. Moreover, it even lets you go through Apple’s mobile operating system.
Like any other paid version, the DiskAid also offers much more. It enables transfering of text messages, call logs, contact lists, music and videos and providing backup for the same. DiskAid is different from the iTunes as it helps you to select what you want to keep and what you want to remove. So you’re the boss here!
Again due to copyright stealing, iDevices can’t be used for mass storage. But, DiskAid changes that too. By helping you to be in control by dragging and dropping the files that you like, it helps to get rid of the somewhat tedious USB dongle system.
It is available a click away on the DigiDNA website, the full version being a mere $24.90 which is worth spending for an all-round iPhone, iPad and iPod touch file transfer utility.