DiskAid 5.0.4 - Advanced File Transfers from iOS to OS X Without iTunes
December 7, 2011 in Utility
[prMac.com] Geneva, Switzerland - DigiDNA today is pleased to announce DiskAid 5 for OS X and Windows, an update to their Utility app that enables the transfer of files between any iOS device and any OS X or Windows computer. An advanced complement to iTunes sync and file transfer/copy, the free version of the app allows unlimited file copying from any iOS mobile device to an OS X or Windows computer, plus access to the iOS File System, the Camera Roll, and external USB storage. The paid version adds transfer of SMS text messages, call history log, voicemail, voice memos, notes, contacts list, music, videos, and podcasts.
DiskAid transfers files to apps on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Users can easily browse the contents of iOS apps and transfer files to or from another iOS device. DiskAid automatically discovers all apps and enables the copying of files, folders, or even complete file trees.
The app permits the user to copy music and videos from any iOS device and transfer it back into iTunes. DiskAid 5 replaces DigiDNA's previous app, TuneAid, and includes a brand new, intuitive music and videos transfer wizard to copy media from any iPod, iPhone and iPad to a computer. Users can transfer music, movies, podcasts (audio & video), iTunes U, audiobooks, any playlist, or any specific selection or mix of these. The copy will include iTunes meta data: ratings, play counts, etc. DiskAid accesses the contents of any iPhone or iPad Camera Roll and permits the copying of all stills and videos shot with the device or synced with iTunes to an iOS 5 device.
* Transfer music and video stored in any Apple mobile device and copy it back to iTunes or any folder on any Mac or PC
* Exchange files with any iPhone app to export files and documents to the app or save apps data to the computer
* Store files on using any iOS device, using it as an external USB storage device
* Access the mobile device's data, such as, SMS text messages, contacts, notes, voicemail, call histories, and voice memos and save them to the computer
* Copy pictures within the Camera Roll and Photo Albums from the iPhone to the computer
Accessing the iOS file system is a free core feature of DiskAid; no license or registration is necessary to enjoy file transfer to the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Users gain access the iPhone Operating System, files, and folders. DiskAid also provides a reliable, fast, and secure alternative to SSH without jailbreaking, third-party installers, or any other hack.
"Why limit your access to your Apple mobile devices?" asked Victor Broido of DigiDNA. "DiskAid is a powerful complement to to the iTunes application on your computer that empowers the user, allowing things that iTunes does not, such as: allowing you to transfer, copy, and save the contents of your iOS devices between each other and to your Mac or PC."
* Mac OSX 10.6 and later
* Intel-based architecture
* 3.8 MB
* iTunes 10.5
* Windows 7, Vista, or XP
* iTunes 10.5
* 3.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
DiskAid 5 is a free download that includes unlimited file transfer, and is available directly from DigiDNA. A single license registration for $24.90 (USD), valid for Mac and PC, is required to unlock music, video, and data copy (SMS, contacts, etc.). The single license allows an unlimited number of connections to an unlimited number of devices. Review copies are available upon request.
Based in Geneva, Switzerland, DigiDNAs continuous development efforts revolve around facilitating the use of Apple software and mobile devices such as iTunes, the iPod, the iPhone, and the iPad. The DigiDNA team all shares the same deeply rooted passion for good software, clean code and enjoyable user experience. They established their company in Geneva, Switzerland in 2006 where they have their office. Copyright (C) 2008-2011 DigiDNAs. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Mac OS X platforms are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.