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'''iExplorer''' (formerly iPhone Explorer) is a free app which allows you to:
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'''iExplorer''' (formerly iPhone Explorer) is an app which allows you to:
  
 
* retrieve photos easily from your iPhone/ iPad / iPod Touch  
 
* retrieve photos easily from your iPhone/ iPad / iPod Touch  
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Just download the app to a computer, then plug in the device. This program even works on Windows as well as Mac!
 
Just download the app to a computer, then plug in the device. This program even works on Windows as well as Mac!
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A few years ago it was free, but no longer.  Licenses are $35, 2 for $50 or 5 for $70.
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=See also=
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A free alternative which requires OS X 10.8 (Mavericks) to run is [http://www.macblurayplayer.com/iphone-explorer-mac.htm MacGo iPhone Explorer].
  
 
=External link=
 
=External link=
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=Credits=
 
=Credits=
 
*Recommended by [[Jon Glass]], Chris Howard and Jane Wahl on the [[Mac-Ministry List]] in October 2011
 
*Recommended by [[Jon Glass]], Chris Howard and Jane Wahl on the [[Mac-Ministry List]] in October 2011
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*Pricing and free alternative added by Neville Reid in August 2014
  
  
 
[[Category:Utilities]]
 
[[Category:Utilities]]

Latest revision as of 16:07, 15 August 2014

iExplorer (formerly iPhone Explorer) is an app which allows you to:

  • retrieve photos easily from your iPhone/ iPad / iPod Touch
  • use the iPhone (etc) like an external flash drive
  • browse files and folders on it
  • delete sensitive items before giving the phone away

Just download the app to a computer, then plug in the device. This program even works on Windows as well as Mac!

A few years ago it was free, but no longer. Licenses are $35, 2 for $50 or 5 for $70.

See also

A free alternative which requires OS X 10.8 (Mavericks) to run is MacGo iPhone Explorer.

External link

Credits

  • Recommended by Jon Glass, Chris Howard and Jane Wahl on the Mac-Ministry List in October 2011
  • Pricing and free alternative added by Neville Reid in August 2014