PhoneBrowse quickly creates a connection between an iOS device and a PC to allow for an easy transfer of files. The program offers top-notch functionality and design.
PhoneBrowse comes with its own installer and takes only a few moments to set up. Upon launch, the program opens a well-organized interface with four options available to get the user started: Reload, Import, Export, and New Folder. If your iOS device is not connected to your PC, then the program will ask you to connect it. When we connected our iPad for testing, under Summary, the software displayed some general information regarding the connected device such as color, iOS version, serial number, and battery percentage, etc. We could also see how much free space we had on our device and how much had been used. Under Application we could check all apps we have installed on our device. Under User System we could see all our files categorized in different folders such as Books, Camera, Music, Recordings, and similar. From here we were able to export files from our device to our PC, import files, delete files, rename files, and create new folders. We first tried exporting our photos and the program performed the assigned task in a couple of seconds. When the transfer completed, a window popped up announcing successful completion of our transfer with the links for sharing to Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. The program also performed all other functions without any glitches.
PhoneBrowse features an easy-to-use, well-designed, and functional user interface. It performs well and would be suitable for any Windows user who also uses iOS devices and needs an easy way to transfer files and music from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch to their PC and vice versa.