iPubsoft Android Desktop Manager

iPubsoft Android Desktop Manager 3.0

The tool works as a desktop assistant for your Android-based devices.
 
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This application works as a desktop assistant for your Android-based devices. The utility allows you to manage data stored on Android smart phones and tablets conveniently from your Mac computer.
The program is simple and intuitive, so that anyone can use it with ease. Right after establishing the connection between the device and your computer, the tool gives you detailed information about the characteristics of your portable device, such as the model, the way it is connected to your Mac, the system version, the power level, and the available free space in relation to the total storage size. On the left side of the main window, you will find clearly-defined categories of data that will lead you straight to the apps, contacts, messages, and photos stored on your phone. Each module lets you explore, access, and manage specific data using your Mac. Therefore, you are able to organize, install, uninstall, and export apps to your Mac. In addition, you can manage the contacts and the SMS lists, which you can preview, edit, and back up to prevent data loss. Furthermore, you are able to explore the photos taken with your phone. Unfortunately, the images are displayed exclusively in thumbnail mode, which prevent you from viewing them properly. However, the tool offers to export your photos to your computer in order to open the images in their original size.

In short, iPubsoft Android Desktop Manager offers a simple way to organize and back up apps, contacts, SMS, and media files from your Android device. You will appreciate the presence of its handy search filter, meant to help you find the information you are looking for faster and more easily.

Ioana Dumitrescu
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Review summary

Pros

  • Supports a wide range of Android devices
  • Backs up data of Android-based devices. Helps you install, uninstall, and export Android apps
  • Handy search filter

Cons

  • Photos can't be previewed at their normal size
  • Quite expensive
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