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Browse the content of your iOS device
TouchCopy is a Mac OS X utility that allows you to browse the data stored on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch devices, and enables you to transfer the files to your Mac computer in no time. In addition, while running, TouchCopy prevents iTunes from trying to automatically sync to avoid any data loss.
Can detect various types of data
The application automatically sorts the available data by type, making smart folders for your music, photos, and apps, but is also able to view and transfer details about your calendar, call logs, contacts, files, internet activity, messages, notes or voice mails. In addition, TouchCopy can access your playlists, view the recently played tracks, and much more.
Built-in audio player and image viewer
To help you decide if you want to transfer a certain file to your Mac, TouchCopy includes an audio player that has very basic functions: play, pause, next, and a track timeline. At the same time, you can preview photos thumbnails and even open them in full size.
TouchCopy provides many other data visualization options and, thanks to the intuitive and streamlined user interface, you should not have any issues finding your way around the app.
Transfer data to your Mac in no time
Once you have decided that you want to send a file from your iOS device to your Mac, simply select the file and press the “Copy to iTunes” or the “Copy to Mac” button placed on the top TouchCopy toolbar and the app takes care of the rest.
Customizable solution for transferring data from your iOS device to your Mac
TouchCopy will prove to be extremely useful whenever you need to move files, playlists, contact details, and other types of information, from your iOS gadget to your Mac computer, without having to deal with the synchronization rules imposed by iTunes.
TouchCopy was reviewed by Iulia Ivan, last updated on December 6th, 2014
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.7 or later (Intel only)
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