Chief among those limits is how iTunes operates in its own closed environment, behind closed doors. This software works both with and instead of iTunes, offering you more freedom in how you manage the contents of your iPhone, iPod, or iPad from your PC. It reads the contents of your device, and presents the information to you in a neatly organized dashboard. Much like iTunes, iExplorer shows you information about your iPhone or iPad, such as its software version, serial number, and capacity.. You also can browse its apps, photos, music, and videos, just as you can with iTunes. But iExplorer lets you do even more, including browsing its messages, notes, contacts, voicemails, bookmarks, calendar, call history, and so on. And iExplorer lets you do even more than browse the contents of the device; it also lets you transfer it to your phone. You can use the Auto Transfer feature to send selected content including individual files, multiple files, playlists, and more to iTunes, or you can use the Transfer feature to move content from the iOS device to folders on the computer, using the Windows Explorer interface. You also can use iExplorer to mount a directory from your iOS device as a folder in Windows Explorer, which makes it even easier to liberate iTunes-bought content from the iTunes universe.
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