AnyTrans

From Wikitia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
AnyTrans
IndustryMobile device management software product
FoundedMay 2012
Productsmanage and back up data & files of iOS devices
Website[[[:Template:Wdib]] ] 

AnyTrans is a mobile device management software product produced by iMobie. It is used to transfer, manage, and back up data & files of iOS devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch) on macOS or Windows computers. As a device management program, it can transfer photos,[1] contacts, music,[2][3] and more between iPhone (or iPad, iPod touch) and macOS or Windows computers, make entire or partial backups, access iTunes or iCloud backups, realizing one-stop management for iOS data[4] from multiple sources. AnyTrans was first launched in May 2012, and in December 2020 claimed to have over 10 million users worldwide.

Operation

AnyTrans can manage 27 types of data and files from iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, iCloud, and iTunes. It enables users to transfer content between iOS devices,[5] migrate data and files between iDvices and (macOS or Windows) computers, or organize, rename, edit, delete content directly at one place. Claimed as an iTunes alternative,[6] AnyTrans also allows users to move music between iTunes library and Apple devices. Users can sync content[7] between iCloud accounts,[8] but sometimes sync failures occur.

AnyTrans allows users to back up iOS devices[9] with 3 different backup modes: Enable Backup Encryption, Incremental Backup, and AirBackup. Enable Backup Encryption allows users to set passwords for backups, protecting data security and privacy. Incremental Backup applies to who only want to back up the changed or added data, minimizing the disk overhead. AirBackup can automatically back up content[10] when iPhone (iPad, or iPod touch) and (macOS or Windows) computer stay connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

AnyTrans backups can be restored[11] entirely or partially while the program is running. Users can browse[12] all backup contents and restore them their Apple devices by one-click. However, all media and personal data on iOS devices will be erased when restore processes begin.

AnyTrans also provides users with utilities to manage media content.[13] Users can also make custom ringtones for their iOS devices, and manage apps that installed on devices in bulk.

History

Produced by iMobie, AnyTrans[14] was initially released in May 2012, enabling users to transfer, manage, back up data and files between iPhone (iPad, iPod touch) and macOS or Windows computers.

Versions

Version Year Date Notes
1.0 2012 05/31 AnyTrans[15] debut released.
3.0 2012 11/23 Added built-in iPhone Converter, supported to transfer ratings and play count, export photos to computer.
3.5.0 2013 08/27 Supported the multiple languages by adding German, French, and Japanese versions.
4.0 2014 09/16 Supported managing more types of data and files. Bugs fixes, minor changes.
4.7.0 2015 09/17 Improved data and file transfer stability and performance, fixed minor bugs.
5.3.0 2016 12/12 Added Fast Drive function to 1-click import & export any files from iPhone. Supported Arabic language.
6.0.0 2017 09/12 Added iOS Mover[16] feature to transfer all Android Phone data to iOS device with one-click. Supported moving Android content to iTunes library. UI optimization.
6.3.0 2017 12/22 Added White Christmas appearance. Minor bugs fixes.
7.0.0 2018 09/06 Added Ringtone Manager, App Downloader, Home Screen Manager functions. Bugs fixes.
7.7.0 2019 07/31 Added Phone Switcher[17] function, introduced newly-designed UI.
8.0.0 2019 08/28 Added new screen mirror feature, and Online HEIC Converter feature to convert HEIC images to JPG format.
8.4.0 2019 11/20 Supported Music and Video Library management.[18] UI / UX optimization. Bugs fixes.
8.8.0 2020 09/17 Added a new feature to export HEIC images as PDFs. Program optimization.

References

  1. Minasians, Christopher (2018-05-21). "How to transfer photos from iPhone to PC". Macworld. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  2. "How to Transfer Music from iPhone, iPad, iPod to Windows PC or Mac". iPhone Hacks | #1 iPhone, iPad, iOS Blog. 2017-02-08. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  3. Rosenbaum, Dan (2019-03-28). "How to move your data to a new Android phone or iPhone". The Verge. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  4. StackCommerce. "Transferring iOS data sucks, but this tool will make it way easier". Mashable. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  5. Haslam, Oliver (2020-12-01). "AnyTrans Can Help You Transfer Data To Your New iPhone 12 Easily | Redmond Pie". Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  6. Dhvanesh (2019-09-10). "Best iTunes Alternatives for Mac and Windows in 2020". iGeeksBlog. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  7. Hattersley, Lucy. "How to sync an iPhone with more than one Mac without erasing everything". Macworld UK. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  8. Minasians, Christopher. "If you've ever had a problem with iCloud backups, here are steps to take to fix it". Macworld UK. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  9. "How to Backup Your iPhone and iPad with and without iTunes". iPhone Hacks | #1 iPhone, iPad, iOS Blog. 2017-03-16. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  10. Hattersley, Lucy. "How to download & transfer music between iPhones easily and safely". Macworld UK. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  11. Andrew Williams 22 April 2019. "How to restore an iPhone". TechRadar. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  12. Hattersley, Lucy. "Browsing an iPhone's drive shouldn't be this difficult... how to find files in iOS". Macworld UK. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  13. iDownloadBlog (2018-12-18). "How to transfer movies and shows to iPhone or iPad without iTunes". iDownloadBlog.com. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  14. iMobie. "AnyTrans Is Fully Prepared for iPhone 12: Help All iPhone Users Transfer, Manage, Control Their Data In A Way Easy And Efficient". www.prnewswire.com. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  15. Jignesh (2018-12-25). "iMobie AnyTrans for iOS: iTunes Alternative". iGeeksBlog. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  16. Griffith, Eric (2017-09-22). "How to Switch From an Android Phone to iPhone". PCMAG. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  17. Holland, Patrick. "Here's the fastest way to transfer your data from your Android to an iPhone 11". CNET. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  18. Hattersley, Lucy. "How to download & transfer music between iPhones easily and safely". Macworld UK. Retrieved 2020-12-04.

External links

Add External links

This article "AnyTrans" is from Wikipedia. The list of its authors can be seen in its historical. Articles taken from Draft Namespace on Wikipedia could be accessed on Wikipedia's Draft Namespace.