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Anyone who keeps half an eye on the world of Apple knows that iOS 10 and iPhone 7 are about to drop. This is a big deal: These major upgrades will bring a wide range of new capabilities and features, so you’ll likely be feeling the itch to upgrade soon.
But before you install iOS 10, or migrate to the iPhone 7, you ought to make sure you properly manage the data on your outgoing device. MacX MediaTrans offers a way to do just that, and it’s easier to use and more reliable than iTunes.
Introducing MacX MediaTrans
Have you used iTunes to back up and transfer your phone’s data? It can feel something like doing taxes, with loads of checkboxes and a generally clumsy interface that only allows one-way sync. In short, iTunes is a headache.
MacX is betting that with MediaTrans, it can woo iTunes users with faster transfer speeds, two-way sync, automatic format conversion, and a generally easy process for backing up and transferring iOS data.
Built around an intuitive iPhone content manager, MediaTrans makes it simple to transfer videos, music and photos from iPhone to Mac and back.
If you’d like to get your hands on this powerful software, MediaTrans is available as a free 30-day trial download. After you’ve given it a test run, you can get two licenses for $29.95 to get MediaTrans running on two computers with lifelong upgrades.
How does MediaTrans work?
MediaTrans breaks its menu into four main categories: photo, music, video and USB drive. Space-hogging files can be easily ushered onto your computer, protecting them from accidental deletion during the upgrade process and clearing out your device ahead of its new software. They’re also laid out with features intended to make transferring and backing up your data as painless as possible.
With music, you transfer directly from iPhone or iPad to Mac and vice versa with a single click. You can also create playlists on either side without limit, and you can use batch-management tools to keep tracks, albums and musical genres sorted.
An iPhone’s photo content can be transferred in batches at blistering speed — it takes just eight seconds to transfer 100 images. Video formats like AVI, FLV and MKV can be compressed and converted to Apple-compatible formats that take up to 50 percent less space on a device.
There’s also the option to turn your iPhone into a hard drive, meaning you can store pretty much any file type you can name, whether Word or Excel documents, PDFs, DMGs and so on.
This is all a simple, drag-and-drop affair with impressively fast transfer speeds, offering a fast and simple way to free up space on an iPhone or iPad.
Give MediaTrans a try for free
If you ever find yourself staring at iTunes’ counterintuitive dashboard and worrying whether your upgrade or data transfer is going to go as you intended, MediaTrans is worth a shot. MacX has distilled the functions you’re most likely to need in order to save space and valuable data — documents, photos, videos, songs, etc. — and make sure they get where you can find them.
We recommend you give MediaTrans a try, especially if you’re thinking of upgrading to iOS 10 or iPhone 7, so you can see for yourself that it does a much better job of getting your content in order than iTunes.
You can download MacX MediaTrans and try it for 30 days for free, or you can pay just $29.95 and get MediaTrans on two Macs, with lifetime upgrades.
From now to September 25, Digiarty Software is giving away 1,000 fully functioning free copies every day, all that’s needed is an email and a license key. Grab it for free now to backup iPhone data before changing to the new iPhone 7 and updating to iOS 10. Or you can get two licenses for $29.95 to get MediaTrans running on two computers with lifelong upgrades.