This media transfer post is presented by Digiarty Software.
If you ever found iTunes a bit clunky or too restrictive, you might want to try an alternative for transferring media files between your Mac and your iPad and iPhone, like Digiarty Software’s MacX MediaTrans. It’s an effective option.
Or you can get a lifetime license with free upgrades. It’s currently available at a 62% discount, but you save less the longer you wait to buy. (The giveaway version lets you use all the MacX MediaTrans features except for the free upgrade service, which is reserved for users of the full version of the software.)
Why buy MacX MediaTrans
There are plenty of good reasons to experiment with an alternative to iTunes.
Maybe you have an old iPhone you want to back up and transfer all the data to a new iPhone 12. Or perhaps you’re perfectly happy with the iPhone you have, but its storage is loaded with big 4K videos you want to move to your computer.
You could be tired of worrying about having the right file formats for your music, photos and movies and whether you can transfer them to other devices.
And nobody could fault you for wanting your data protected by AES 256-level encryption.
All of those are perfectly valid issues that may lead you to try an alternative media backup and transfer app like MacX MediaTrans.
With it, you can secure, back up and transfer photos, music, videos, ringtones, ibooks, iTunes purchases and more. It gives you a way to address storage limitations, defend against data loss, speed up sync times and get around iTunes restriction of files types. (And, by the way, Digiarty offers a guide to dealing with various iTunes errors.)
Selected features and advantages of MacX MediaTrans
Delete photos from your camera roll easily.
Transfer files fast (such as 100 4K photos in 8 seconds, according to Digiarty).
Convert HEIC photos to JPG and export iPhone photos in JPG, PNG, BMP, HEIC and other file formats.
Two-way transfer of music files between Mac and iPhone.
Create music playlists.
Auto-convert music to MP3 and AAC files types.
Create ringtones for iPhone devices.
Transfer videos among iPhone, iPad and Mac.
Auto-convert video formats (MKV, AVI, MTS, HEVC) and compress video size by up to 50%.
Transfer ebooks/audio books and convert EPUB to PDF, HTML or TXT file types.
Save a wide variety of file types on your iPhone with encryption.
This video download post is presented by SnapDownloader.
So many videos online, so little time. If you want some help downloading videos to your heart’s content from a tremendous number of popular websites — even simultaneously — you might want to try SnapDownloader for free. If you like it, you’ll be glad to know it’s inexpensive and super-easy to use, whether your computer’s operating system is macOS or Windows.
This refurbished device post is presented by Australia-based reseller Phonebot.
Every year, millions of people around the world flock to stores and wait online for the biggest sales events of the year: end of financial year sales, Boxing Day deals and Black Friday. These beloved events have become synonymous with massive discounts. Retailers everywhere offer attractive sale prices on electronics, smartphones and a ton of other products.
For many retailers, the focus these days tends to be on electronics. So if you are in the market for a new smartphone, these sales events are an optimal time to get one. You can count on seeing some significant discounts on the latest refurbished Android and iPhone models in different storage options.
This wireless charger post is presented by Alogic.
During the holiday season, it’s not unusual for folks to find additional devices in their lives as a result of gift-giving. And more devices means more gadgets that need charging. Fortunately, Alogic has you covered. It now offers two chargers in its multi-coil wireless charging station range to keep your iPhone and all your accessories going.
This video converter post is presented by Digiarty.
Digiarty has updated its MacX Video Converter Pro software for 4K ultra-high-definition video processing. Right now, you can get the improved product at a big discount — or even free — for a limited time. Plus, you get some additional free software, too.
This iOS GPS spoofing post is presented by Wondershare, maker of Dr. Fone – Virtual Location (iOS).
People have been tricking their smartphone apps into thinking they’re somewhere else for a long time. That’s called global positioning system (GPS) spoofing. And while there are surely illegal reasons to do it, there are also plenty of legal ones.
Anyone addicted to Pokémon Go who just sprained their ankle or got snowed in knows what I’m talking about. You still gotta play. And when the game depends upon GPS — as a huge number of location-based augmented reality games do — you need your iPhone to indicate you actually got off the couch.
And the great thing is, whatever your reason for faking your GPS location with an iPhone, Dr. Fone – Virtual Location (iOS) now makes it easy to do, with no jailbreaking required. Alth0ugh Apple does not support GPS spoofing, location changing certainly isn’t just for Android smartphones anymore.
With iPhone prices rising to heights that make the devices more of a serious investment with each new model, those lucky enough to find themselves the proud owner of a new device had better protect it. That means putting it in a case. Some people hate that because it bulks up and obscures their sleek and beautiful new smartphone.
But your new case doesn’t have to look like it’s as protective as blast barriers and barbed wire. You could try the case that is almost like no case at all — the Totallee clear case for iPhone 12, 12 mini, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max. The thin, flexible, transparent case is for anyone who wants to protect their brand-new iPhone while retaining its aesthetic.
If there was ever a year that cried out for clearing the air, it’s 2020. Many a pundit has called these 12 months “challenging” in many ways. This holiday season, with so many people spending most of their time at home, why not give yourself and others the gift of literally cleaned air? You can do that with a technologically advanced — and Apple HomeKit-compatible — Molekule air purifier, such as the Air Mini+. They’re on sale through Dec. 31.
This software key post is presented by VIPkeysale.com.
It’s that time of year again. What time is that? Winter holiday time. Time to stay inside at home — whether from the cold or because of COVID-19 — and bask in the warm glow of your device screens. That’s especially fun and easy when VIPkeysale.com offers you (and all Cult of Mac readers) 16% off gaming and other software product keys.
And if you’re giving gifts this holiday season, sales like this one might just give you some extra reason for holiday cheer. Just remember to check out with your purchase on the website using the coupon code VIPMAC.
This VideoProc Mac video editing post is presented by Digiarty.
When the holidays roll around, your impulse to make scads of digital videos and then doctor them up for friends and family may be stronger than ever this year. After all, lots of people will not see as many loved ones in person because of the COVID-19 pandemic. That makes it a good time to invest in fast, capable and easy-to-use video editing software at a great price. So rejoice, because Digiarty is offering Cult of Mac readers lifetime-use licenses for its VideoProc Mac editing and processing software at 60% off for Christmas.