iMazing (was DiskAid) is the ultimate iOS device manager with capabilities far beyond what iTunes offers. With iMazing and your iOS device (iPhone, iPad, or iPod), you can:
- Copy music to and from any iOS device (even from one iOS device to another!), regardless of what Mac or PC the device is already synced to. Music transfer done right, without limitations or restrictions.
- Backup and restore individual iOS apps along with your custom saved data, perfect for freeing up space on your iOS device without losing your files, great for installing apps including your data on another iOS device you own.
- Transfer files to and from an iOS device, and browse the iOS file system.
- Use your iOS device like a USB key.
- Browse and save messages (SMS, MMS, iMessage), voicemails, and call logs, none of which iTunes can do.
- Browse, save, and add contacts to your iPhone, without automatically adding them to your iCloud account.
- Browse and manage multiple backups of the same iOS device. Chose which data sets you want to restore.
- And other amazing things you never thought possible!
- Messages: optimised loading of large sets of messages (Mac)
- Music copy to device: transfer speed improved
- App backup restore: it is now possible to fully restore apps which use shared containers: data of WhatsApp and Readdle’s Documents can now be backed up and restored fully.
- Backups are now completely editable - no read-only sections anymore, tinker away!
- Photos in Camera section are now sorted by date by default
Bug Fixes and Improvements
- Fixed localisation misbehaving on certain configurations (1.4.0)
- Fixed OS X 10.7 Lion startup crash (1.4.0)
- Fixed Import from iTunes playlists scroll bar ( Windows )
- Music copy to device: fixed rare ‘Error communicating with device’ error resulting in ghost tracks on the target device
- Messages: fixed duplicate messages in CSV export
- Messages: attachments file names in CSV exports are now separated by ‘:’ instead of ‘ '
- Backup File System: fixed rare crash when copying folders to a backup
- Backup restore: Fixed an issue where app data stored in a shared container could be incompletely restored
- Contacts: contacts with no first or last name but with a company name are no longer displayed as ‘No Name’
- iOS 9 notes are now properly wiped if unchecked during a backup restore
- Lots of tiny fixes and improvements in multi-threading safety
OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor