iMazing

iMazing crack/keygen

Version 2.7.2.0
Updated Dec 1st 2018
Company
Rating 3.1
1724 3.1
Crack Size 93.6 MB
Downloads 59991
Systems Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit
Category ipod-tools

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iMazing

iMazing is a software solution designed to give you a bit more control over your iPhone or iPod, letting you access these particular gadgets just like an external storage device.

With iTunes mandatory in order to allow iMazing work without a flaw, the application thus provides you a pretty user friendly environment to transfer files to and from your iPhone or iPod.

Just like it usually happens with these Apple devices, it's enough to successfully connect them to your computer and once a connection is established, you should be able to access their content.

iMazing has a multi-panel interface through which it displays the content of the device, be it camera roll, media, photos, notes, contacts, voice memos or apps.

Of course, drag and drop is supported by default, so it's enough to drag a certain file into another folder on your computer to copy the data in no time.

In just a few words, the program provides five major features, as it follows: copy to PC, copy folder to device, copy files to device, create folder and delete from device.

Beside the enhanced transfer feature, iMazing Crack also allows you to export all messages, memos and virtually all kind of data stored on the iPhone. Plus, you can access iOS file system and browse the protected folder with ease.

iMazing needs just a reasonable amount of computer resources to serve its purpose and works just fine on any Windows version out there.

Simply put, iMazing is one handy piece of software for every iPhone or iPod owner out there. And since it turns these highly-popular devices into external USB storage devices, it creates a new use for gadgets that sold millions of units all over the world.

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