Aiseesoft iPhone to Mac Transfer Ultimate

Aiseesoft iPhone to Mac Transfer Ultimate 6.2

This app lets you transfer content from your iPhone to your Mac.
 
6.2.12 (See all)

Aiseesoft iPhone to Mac Transfer Ultimate lets you transfer content from your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad back to a folder on your Mac, or directly to iTunes. The types of content that can be transferred are: Music, Movies, TV Shows, Podcasts, iTunes U content, Ringtones, books in the ePub and PDF formats, audio books, camera roll pictures, voice memos, SMSs and contact information. In addition to letting you transfer content when your device is plugged in, this tool can also read data from your iTunes backup files. This can be very useful in the event that your phone crashes and your data becomes unrecoverable.

When you connect a device and the application recognizes it, you will see a brief summary of the device, which includes name, type, version number, and, most importantly, how much free and used space you have on it. On the left pane, you will see all the connected devices, and under their names all the different types of data that you can back up. Selecting the "Music" category, for example, will cause the right pane to show all the music files stored on your device. There are check boxes next to each file, and you can check them to select them for transferring a specific file. When you are done selecting the files that you want to copy, you can simply click on the "Transfer" button to send them to the selected folder.

There are two versions of Aiseesoft iPhone to Mac Transfer: Standard and Ultimate. The Standard version limits the types of content that you can copy and it also lacks some extra features that the Ultimate version includes.

If you really need to buy an app to manage your iPhone, I would recommend Aiseesoft iPhone Transfer Standard instead. It has almost the same functionality as this one, but it also lets you transfer content to your phone.

José Fernández
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Review summary

Pros

  • It can transfer pretty much anything that is on your phone
  • Nice interface
  • Good device support

Cons

  • Not the best value
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