Daily Deal: iMazing iOS Device Manager

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If you’ve ever upgraded or had to switch phones, you know the pain of leaving data behind. iMazing calls itself the Swiss Army Knife of iPhone, iPad, and iPod management because it lets you truly manage your mobile data the way you want to. This all-purpose tool lets you easily browse and manage your backups, extract and print your text messages, drag and drop songs to your iPhone. It’s on sale for $20.

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Louis says:

Why spend $20?

Why spend $20 on this just to transfer your data from one iphone to another when Apple gives you a FREE tool to do that? Just plug your iphone into itune, click on the phone icon. Then click on the backup button. Once that is done, unplug that iphone, plug in the new one and from the same screen, click on the restore button. All apps, data, photos, videos, text messages, music will be tansferred to the new phone. Can be done in less than 2 hours. Another benefit is that in the case of loosing/hurting your phone, you can restore most if it to a new phone, all you loose is the data since the last backup.

vilain (profile) says:

Well, iTunes going away and it stopped copying ringtones

And new version of iTunes on 10.13 doesn’t copy other stuff as well.

And if you want to copy stuff from an iPod to a Mac, $20 is a cheap price to pay.

My only complaint is that any software you buy from Techdirt is for a single version only. There are no upgrades. After I paid $40 for Codeweaver’s Crossover 17, I found I couldn’t upgrade it without paying full price on Codewaver’s site. Never again.

The only thing really worth it in their merch site is the on-line classes and certs.

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