If you’re looking for a way to backup your iPhone or iPad to your computer without iTunes, DearMob’s iPhone Manager can help.
DearMob allows you greater control over your iPhone backups, letting you selectively pick what to backup, whether it’s photos, music, videos, contacts, apps, SMS, and more.
With just one click you can easily free up space on your iOS device and let you bypass iTunes.
When it comes to photos, you can import and export them easily with just 1-click, while you can transfer 100 4K photos in original resolution in just 8 seconds. DearMob also lets you easily view HEIC pictures on your computer and export and convert them to JPGs easily.
DearMob also lets you transfer non-iTunes music to your computer, along with playlists, ringtones and more.
For videos, you can also transfer any format to your iPhone or iPad for viewing, even if they are in MKV, FLV, OGG, FLAC format as they will be automatically converted.
The benefits of backing up an iPhone with iTunes are you don’t need to pay for iCloud storage from Apple.
Also, DearMob iPhone Manager comes with built-in data encryption allowing you to password protect your files on iPhone, using 256-bit AES, 1024-bit RSA, PBKDF2, and Argon2 military-grade encryption.
With DearMob iPhone Manager software, you can sync and backup your phone quickly be selectively choosing what to backup, instead of waiting for iTunes to take its sweet, sweet time.
Backing up an iPhone with DearMob is easy. Just connect your iPhone to your computer, click ‘Backup’, then choose ‘Backup Now’ and the software will do the rest.
If you’re looking to backup selective files, while your iPhone is connected to your computer, within DearMob, just click and highlight the files you want, then click ‘Export’. It’s that simple.
You can click here to download DearMob iPhone Manager for Mac and Windows—it’s available with a free 30-day trial, but you can also get it for free right now as part of the company’s giveaway.
Thanks to DearMob for sponsoring iPhone in Canada this week and helping us keep the lights on.