Apowersoft's Phone Manager looks great, syncs automatically, works with Android or iOS, and it's free, which makes it a great choice for a Windows phone sync utility. It has a great-looking and well-organized layout, USB or Wi-Fi connections, and extras like screenshots, notes, and backup and restore. It supports additional devices, too.
Easy to connect: If you've ever had problems getting phone sync tools to recognize your phone, you'll appreciate Phone Manager's Connection Guide's onscreen help and seamless connectivity. No USB cable? Use Wi-Fi to connect.
Great interface: Phone Manager's Phone tab displayed our phone's content and basic data in color-coded graphs. Tabs access Music, Videos, Apps, Contacts, and more.
Additional devices: Click Connect Another Device to reopen the Connection Guide and connect another phone or tablet to Phone Manager.
Extras: Phone Manager packs extras like My Books and a Tools menu with Backup and Restore, as well as access to online apps. The Backup tool can save all of your mobile data to your PC with a click.
Phone screen: Some phone screens might not display perfectly, though that might not be Phone Manager's fault. Ours didn't display right away, but clicking Refresh synced the image.
Balk: The app became briefly unresponsive when trying some features.
Whether you're replacing the sync utility that came with your phone or just looking to upgrade, Apowersoft's Phone Manager should be at the top of your list. It's good looking, works well, and has lots of extras.