Syncios is an easy-to-use yet powerful iOS device manager, which is well-designed for users who want to manage media contents between iOS devices and PC. As an iOS manager, Syncios supports accessing any iPod touch, iPhone or iPad to export apps, photos, music, ringtone, videos, and eBooks to your PC for backup. Transfer files from your PC to iOS devices will be also available. With Syncios, you can freely install, uninstall or backup iPad/iPhone/iPod applications (*.IPA) between PC and iPod/iPhone/iPad. You can also transfer audio files including music (.*MP3, .*M4A), ringtone (.*M4R), audiobook (.*M4B) between iPod/iPhone/iPad and PC. Add audio files from your computer to iOS devices, back up iOS devices contents to PC, delete unwanted audio files and move audio files to suitable playlist will not be a hard task again. Syncios supports various image formats, including JPG, JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIF, TIFF. You can create a new album, transfer images from computer to iOS devices, delete unwanted image files. Syncios can also transfer all popular video formats (MOV, M4V, MP4) directly, so you can freely manage movies, TV shows, music videos between iOS devices and PC, add local video files to your devices or delete video files. Backup video files from iPod, iPhone, iPad to your PC is also available. With Syncios Software, you can play music directly from your iPod, iPhone, iPad without iTunes. Even create and edit playlists for your iPod/iPhone/iPad, transfer or delete files between your devices and PC. Syncios is also a perfect assistant for you to add, delete or backup your local eBooks ((Epub/PDF) seamlessly between your computer and iPod/iPhone/iPad. Syncios also supports converting a vast range of audios/videos to iPad/Pod/iPhone compatible music/movies, including M2TS, MTS, AVI, MPEG, WMV, DAT, TS, MPV, NSV, MOV, QT, H261, H264, WMA, AAC, AIF, AIFF, AC3 and so on. If you are looking for a perfect iOS manager and converter, Syncios will be the best choice.
What's new in this version:
Version 2.0.9: Fix the bug that some devices may fail to import music, images and eBooks.