iPhone File Manager: Best File Manager for iPhone
As simple as it is to use the iPhone, managing files on iPhone can be a surprisingly challenging and frustrating task. When you try to view, transfer, copy and backup iPhone files with iTunes, you'll find that it is nothing to do with "freedom" and "easiness". iTunes is surely a wonderful tool to manage iPhone files, but there are some limitations with iTunes. For example, iTunes doesn't allow you to transfer music from iPhone to PC due to strict copyright acts. It cannot export contacts from iPhone to computer and it doesn't support to delete contacts, videos, songs, photos on iOS devices. In a word, we need a more comprehensive tool to manage iPhone files.
FonePaw iOS Transfer is an ideal one. This tool is an iPhone file manager who can help you to transfer, export, import, copy and backup iPhone file quickly and easily. With it, you can transfer photos, music, movies, audio books, messages and other files from your iPhone to a computer/iTunes and from your computer to iPhone 6s/6s Plus/6/6Plus/5s/5/4s with extreme convenience. It is also an ideal tool used to back up iPhone messages, contacts and other data as a database file on computer, in case they are missing or lost.
Free download the trial version below and let's see how FonePaw iOS Transfer can manage file in detail.
This iPhone file manager can backup and restore iPhone contacts as well as edit, group, add, delete or merge duplicated iPhone contacts. It also helps to transfer contacts between iPhone and PC, Gmail, Outlook, Hotmail, Yahoo and Windows Address Book etc. easily.
Step 1: Connect iPhone to PC
After downloading and launching the program on your computer, connect iPhone to PC. You'll see what is on your iPhone from the left sidebar.
Step 2: Manage iPhone contacts
Now, you can manage iPhone contacts freely. Not only you can choose to edit, delete, and backup it, but export or import contacts. Just choose contacts that you want to manage and apply the right option (Export, Import, Delete, and Backup/Restore/De-duplicate, etc.).
FonePaw iPhone File Manager lets you manage iPhone music without iTunes. You can add, edit, organize and transfer your songs and playlist through this straightforward and convenient tool.
Rebuild iTunes library:
It could be a frustrating thing to losing iTunes Music Library due to computer crashed/ damaged/stolen. It is surely that you can take advantage of iTunes to re-download the purchased, but how about the non-purchased?
FonePaw iOS Transfer supports rebuilding iTunes Library from iPhone, iPod, iPad. To rebuild iTunes library, just launch the program>connect iPhone to computer>Click "Media" and then "Music">choose any music you need>Click "Export to">Select "Export to iTunes Library".
Transfer music to iPhone:
To transfer music from PC to iPhone, Click "Media" and then "Music"> hit "Add"> choose files or folders from your computer> add the choose music to iPhone.
Transfer music between iOS devices
To share music between iOS devices, just connect both the iDevices to computer. Then, go to "Media" > "Music" > export music from source device to destaination one. For example, transfer music from iPhone to iPhone.
Manage iPhone playlist:
You can add, export or delete iPhone playlist directly as well.
This program enables you to export photos from iPhone to PC much easier than you can imagine.
To transfer photos/videos from iPhone to PC, please click "Photos" > choose photos>click "Export to"> "Export to PC".
FonePaw iOS Transfer can also help you to manage text messages on iPhone. You can transfer text messages from iPhone to PC to backup them or to print them out.
In all, FonePaw iOS Transfer can greatly facilitate files transfer, copy and backup among iPhone and PC for users, enable us to freely and easily manage and make full use of iPhone.
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