Transfers all kind of media from your computer to your iOS device wirelessly with the help of this app that helps you bypass the whole iTunes process
|Version||2.7.19 / 1.1.37 Original|
|Updated||November 14 2019|
Softorino N/A N/A
|Crack Size||60 MB|
|Systems||Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Let’s suppose you own an iOS device and want to transfer files to it in a seamless manner, but you don’t really feel like exploring iTunes’ intricacies. In this sort of situation, a software solution such as WALTR 2 could really come in handy to users.
The application proposes a new approach to populating your iPhone, iPad, or iPod with almost any kind of media, making the operation quick and uncomplicated so that any user can handle it.
First things first, it is worth pointing out that the setup you need to go through should be uneventful and brief, with the GUI you are prompted with being equally user-friendly. There is one single window you need to interact with, so it’s safe to say that it offers one of the most straightforward means of sending files to your Apple device.
As for the types of files WALTR 2 supports, users may want to know that both audio and video can be pushed to your device. As such, a wide array of file formats are supported, including MP3, FLAC, WAV, OGG, AAC, MKV, MOV, MP4, MPEG, WMV, and more.
Aside from that, ebooks and audiobooks can be handled by the program along with PDFs, so your options are quite varied in this regard.
Regardless of the type of content you need to send to your iOS device, the program’s Automatic Content Recognition engine should be able to handle it. What’s more, the Smart Adaptive Conversion technology is intended to lend you a hand when working with unsupported formats, which it can convert on the fly, without the risk of quality loss.
While all these may seem like features you could find in similar applications as well, what makes WALTR Crack 2 stand out from the crowd is the fact that it enables you to transfer your files wirelessly. For that, you just need to connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod to the PC via a USB cable just once, click the preferences icon in the bottom-right corner, and check “Enable Wi-Fi connectivity.”
All the other transfers should be initiated without extra setup, even though performance hiccups could be experienced, considering that the feature is still in development.
As for how the transfer should carry out, you just need to drag and drop the files you are interested in, and it should be automatically directed toward the suitable folder on your Apple device. Another method implies clicking the dedicated button at the bottom of the main window in order to select the content you want to transfer.
On an ending note, WALTR 2 offers an approachable means of sending all kinds of media to your Apple device via Wi-Fi, with minimal effort being involved in the process. It sports a minimalist GUI that anyone should effortlessly get accustomed to, and it does pack a series of features worth your attention.
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