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Manage and transfer all of your iOS data with this $20 app

by Floy Mcdougall (2020-01-16)

-text c-gray-1" >Anyone who owns more than one Apple product knows just how hard it can be to keep all your devices synced. Whether you're trying to transfer your photos from your iPad to your computer or your music from your iPhone to your iPad, managing your data and media is a well-known nightmare for Apple enthusiasts.

The iMazing iOS Device Manager brings an end to this madness by offering an all-in-one solution to your syncing woes, and it's available for over 75 percent off at just $20.

This streamlined interface allows you to quickly and easily manage and transfer all of your iOS data between all of your Apple devices.

You'll be able to transfer files between any Mac or PC and any iOS device wirelessly or with a USB connection, work with any and all app documents or media, and copy music back and forth between your iPhone, iPad, iPod and your computer.

This app even makes it easy to store your iPhone and iPad data for easy-to-find backups, and you'll be able to manage your contacts from a single location without having to worry about syncing lags.

Eliminate the Apple syncing headaches with this subscription to iMazing iOS Device Manager for just $20-over 75 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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