TouchCopy for Mac lets you transfer all your favorite media, such as music and playlists, videos, podcasts, album art, and more, from an iOS device to your Mac, quickly and painlessly. The app is small in size, so you'll have it up and running on your Mac in no time. You'll appreciate its smooth performance even more.
As soon as you launch TouchCopy for Mac, you will be notified that you're running the Demo version, which allows you to copy 100 files for free to your iTunes library. To import more files, or to back up and import files to your Mac's hard drive, you'll need to purchase the full version. For testing purposes, we connected an iPad 4 to our Mac and the application found our device in a second, quickly loading all of the media files available. The application interface is intuitive; and using a well-designed graphical menu to the left, you can easily browse through categories such as Music, Photos, Apps, Messages, and the like, and load all of the media files from your iOS device. You can copy files directly to a designated location on your Mac, as well as back up or directly copy to iTunes. It took half a minute for the app to import a 97MB video from our iPad to iTunes on our Mac.
Even if the full version of TouchCopy for Mac performed half as well as its Demo version, it's still commendable. It's a well-designed app with top-notch performance offering you everything that you'll ever want when you need to copy or back up your media from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod to your Mac.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of TouchCopy for Mac 12.22.