iExplorer 4.2.2

An all-purpose app that allows you to easily transfer music and files from your iPhone to your Mac or PC

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    Windows 8 / Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows XP

  • Program available in:In English
  • Program license:Demo
  • Vote:
    6.9 (92)

iExplorer is a tool that ultimately allows you to use your iPhone or iPad like a flash drive. With this application, you can navigate files and folders that you have stored. This can be an extremely convenient tool if you have some files that you need to save and finish later. While flash drives were popular in the past, they are ultimately becoming a thing of the past. With this application, you don't have to worry about remembering to bring your flash drive along with you.

iExplorer allows you to modify the folders that are stored in your iPhone and also allows you to modify files directly from a PC. With this application, you can also view photos and videos, access your contact information and also preview files before they are transferred.

With technology expanding like it has over the recent decade, it can be hard for some people who are not technologically inclined to grasp an understanding when it comes to computers and mobile devices. This software is ideal for people who are having difficulty adapting to iTunes and how it manages folders. This is a really helpful tool that will essentially help you grasp a better understanding of how iTunes manages folders on your iPhone. The best part about this application is that it is free to use.


-It can manage files and folders in your iPhone just like a flash drive would.

-It has an attractive layout that is visually appealing.

-Dragging files is all you have to do to transfer them.

-Offers a great way for you to better adapt to iTunes and how it is managing the files and folders on your device.

-The application is completely free to use.


-You can only access contacts and SMS messages if you jailbreak your iPhone.

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