iExplorer (formerly called iPhone Explorer) is the ultimate iPhone, iPad and iPod manager, which lets you use an iPhone or iPad in disk mode, like a flash drive. Compatible with all iPhones and iPod Touches including the new iPhone X and iOS 13 firmware.
iExplorer is an iPhone browser or iPad file explorer that runs on Mac & PC that lets you browse the files and folders on your iPhone as if it were a normal USB flash drive or pen drive. You can use the easy drag-and-drop methods to add or remove files and folders from the iPhone.
iExplorer hacks into your iPhone so you don’t have to break it. We’ve figured out ways to control the iPhone even better than iTunes, and the best part is, all you need to do is plug any iPhone, iTouch or iPad into the computer.
iExplorer is 100% free, fully functional and not bundled with lots of crappy toolbars or other stuff to messup your computer.
Intelligently Transfer Music to iTunes
iExplorer lets you easily transfer music from any iPhone, iPod or iPad to a Mac or PC computer and iTunes. You can search for and preview particular songs. Then copy them to iTunes with the touch of a button or with drag and drop. With one click, iExplorer lets you instantly rebuild entire playlists. Or use the Auto Transfer feature and copy everything from your device to iTunes.
Export iPhone Text Messages, SMS, iMessages, text messages
iExplorer allows you to browse, preview, save, and export the most important information in the databases of your iPhone or iPad. View your appointments, calendar events, and your call history. Listen to your iPhone’s voicemail messages and export them to a folder on your computer. Everything is always just a couple of clicks away. Be in charge of your content.
Mount iPhone and iPad to Mac’s Finder and Windows Explorer
iExplorer’s disk mounting features allow you to use your iPhone, iPod or iPad like a USB flash drive. You can view your iPhone’s photos directly in Finder or Windows Explorer like you would from any other digital camera. You’re also able to get file system access to data contained within the apps or other directories on your device. iExplorer can back up or move your games’ high scores from one device to another. It also lets you save files directly to or from your favorite file manager such as iExplorer’s iOS App iExplorer Mobile.
Export Voicemails, Address Contacts, Calendar Events, Reminders, Notes…
With iExplorer, you can keep any or all of your text messages easily. It allows you to remember special moments, preserve important data, and get more done across your devices with simple iPhone SMS backup. The beautiful, intuitive app interface lets you search and save iPhone text messages with ease. Furthermore, you can view and save your voicemails, or export them to your Mac or PC.
Access Photos, Files and Everything Else
With iExplorer, you can access more files and folders without modifying (jailbreaking) your device than ever before. Also you can access photos on your iPhone or iPod. You will able to access the files and folders of your device’s apps too. iExplorer also works great if your iPhone is Jailbroken. With AFC2 access, the app can read and write to the iOS device’s real root.
Changes in iExplorer 4.4.2 for Windows (October 28, 2020):
- Fixed issue that could prevent iExplorer from connecting to some iPhones and iPads
Changes in iExplorer 4.4.1 for Windows (September 26, 2020):
- Fixed issue that prevented iExplorer from connecting to some devices
Changes in iExplorer 4.4.0 for Windows (September 17, 2020):
- Improvement: iOS 14 compatibility
- Bug Fix: Fixed issue that could prevent iExplorer from accessing some voice memos
- Improvement: Various other improvements
Changes in iExplorer 4.3.4 for Windows (October 25, 2019):
- Improvement – iOS 13.2 compatibility
- Improvement – Messages now supports the latest emoji from iOS 13.2
Changes in iExplorer 4.3.7 for Mac (October 11, 2019):
- Fixed Music app library issues on macOS Catalina
Changes in iExplorer 4.3.3 for Windows (September 18, 2019):
- Improvement – iOS 13.1 compatibility
- Fixed issue that could cause photo albums to not be displayed
- Fixed issue that could prevent reading calendar data on older versions of iOS
Homepage – http://www.macroplant.com/iphoneexplorer/
Requires macOS 10.10 or later, Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 or later and iTunes. It works with both 32 and 64 bit systems.
Now iPhone 12 and iOS 14 Ready (And Still Supports All iPhones, iPads and iPods)