iMazing iOS Device Manager deal

iMazing iOS Device Manager

iMazing makes a-mazing solutions for the iPhone (and other objects). One is the iMazing iOS Device Manager, which is on sale at 57% off.

iMazing iOS Device Manager

Why iMazing iOS Device Manager is a-mazing

The software allows you to transfer and save your music, messages, files and data. With it, you can safely back up any iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. It works with both Mac and Windows systems..

Currently, you can get a license for two devices for US$19.99 (normally $44), three devices for $24.99 (normally $49), or five devices (normally $69). The prices include all iMazing updates and major version upgrades. And you can link your mobile devices to your license at any time, for the lifetime of the devices.

It’s the ‘Swiss Army Knife’ of iPhone, iPad, iPod management

iMazing iOS Device Manager is the “Swiss Army Knife of iPhone, iPad, and iPod management.” It allows you to manage your mobile data the way you want to. The all-purpose tool lets you easily browse and manage your backups, extract and print your text messages, drag and drop songs to your iPhone. You can do all this without jailbreaking your device.

Here’s what you can do with iMazing iOS Device Manager:

  • Transfer files between any Mac or PC computer & any iOS device wirelessly or with USB
  • Work with any app documents, data & media
  • Quickly update a new iPhone with your old data by copying everything or selecting the content to transfer
  • Print, Save & Export Messages, and WhatsApp Chats
  • Copy your music back & forth between iPhone, iPad, iPod, and your computer
  • Export your pictures & videos without iCloud or iTunes
  • Store your iPhone & iPad data for smarter backups
  • Manage your contacts by moving them between your iPhone & your Mac or PC
  • Access your iPhone voicemail, call history, voice memos & notes
  • Import or export eBooks or PDFs from iBooks.
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.