Managing data on iPhone means navigating iTunes on your Mac. For upgrading, syncing or backing up photos, videos and music, its broad controls can leave even the tech-savvy among us feeling clumsy. For more fine-grained control of your iOS data, you’ll want another tool.
Recently, we’ve seen the launch of iOS 12, and a whole new line of iPhones. Now is a time when some of us want an iTunes alternative, something that offers more control when we upgrade, back up or transfer media files.
Get MacX MediaTrans for free
Now is a great time to check out this powerful iTunes alternative. For a limited time, you can get a free license to use MacX MediaTrans and its Windows version from Digiarty Software. That means upgrading to iOS 12 or booting up a new iPhone X series without ever needing to touch iTunes.
You have until October 24 to enter, so get on it.
MacX MediaTrans: More powerful than iTunes
MacX MediaTrans offers an accessible alternative to iTunes. It boasts the fastest photo-transfer speeds — about eight seconds for every 100 HD photos — along with easy, error-free operation for selectively syncing files between iOS and Mac. (There’s also a Windows version, WinX MediaTrans.)
As an iOS file-management tool, it’s more powerful and flexible than iTunes. You can easily transfer videos and music in a bunch of formats not accepted by iTunes, compress large HD video files, and add, delete or edit playlists without replacing your old ones. Videos convert automatically for compatibility with iOS, and come out compressed so they take up less space.
With music, you can forget about syncing entire media folders. Just select and transfer the exact tracks you want on your phone. If you’ve bought songs outside of iTunes, you can bring those aboard, too.
MediaTrans packs other tools that help you get the most out of your iOS device as well. For example, you can turn your iPhone into an external hard drive for storing Word, Excel, PDF, iBook, .dmg and other file types. You can also encrypt outgoing photos and videos for extra security, or secure media files on your Mac with password encryption. And if you’re bored with the standard options, you can even create your own ringtones.