iExplorer 3 is the ultimate manager for your iPhone, iPad and iPod. Built in to the all-new iExplorer 3 is music library access. You can view all the music on any iPhone, iPod or iPad and then transfer it into iTunes. With automatic iTunes track detection, iExplorer also handles avoiding transferring duplicate tracks automatically. The new iExplorer allows you to access more files and folders than ever before. Without modifying your phone, you can easily access the device's media folder, the app directories, and all of the information contained in your iPhone's backups. If you have a jailbroken device, you can also access the device's real root directory. One of the most exciting new features to the iExplorer is how you can mount your iPhone and iPad in Finder. Whether you're trying to access a directory within an app on your device, or you want to see your music files organized by name and artist, this app is the one that can make that happen for you effortlessly. View Photos & Videos iExplorer lets you view more photos and videos on your device than any other app. Whether you've downloaded a video from iTunes or you've recorded a home movie iExplorer makes those files and many accessible to you.
What is new in this release:
Various bug fixes
What is new in version 188.8.131.52:
Fixes issue that could cause iExplorer to crash when loading Contacts, Messages or Voicemail.
What is new in version 3.9.3:
Fixes issue that could cause iExplorer to freeze while loading Messages on OS X 10.8
Fixes issue that could cause iExplorer to crash on OS X 10.7
What is new in version 3.9.1:
- New Message Attachments view
- iCloud Music Library tracks now appear in Media Library section
- UI Improvements
- Various bug fixes
What is new in version 3.8.5:
In iExplorer 3.7.4 for Mac, we've added direct photo and photo album exporting from your iPhone or iPad to the newly released "Photos" app on your Mac.
What is new in version 3.7.3:
- User interface improvements
- Improved apps view
- Fixed bug that could prevent copying files from app directory to Mac.
An iPhone, iPad or iPod with a USB transfer cable and iTunes
Certain features are restricted.