Use your iPhone or iPod Touch as a removable storage drive
- Easy as pie: plug your device and use it
- Support for drag and drop
- Folders' and file's names are not clear
Both the iPhone and iPod Touch are great tools to have your favorite music and videos always with you, but what if you also want to carry files or documents?
The solution is then DiskAid, a simple tool that lets you manage the contents of your Apple device as if it was just another removable drive plugged into your computer. DiskAid doesn't require any special drives or difficult configuration at all; just connect the iPhone or iPod Touch to the PC and you're good to go.
DiskAid lets you browse the contents of the device in a neatly organized folder structure, drag and drop these contents to and from the PC and also perform some file management tasks like creating new folders or renaming others.
On the downside, you'll find that the folder structure is not easy to recognize, that is, folders' and files' names do not always correspond to the apps and files you have in your device. For example, while checking my music collection, I saw that all the MP3 files were renamed to strange character sets instead of their regular names.
With DiskAid you can easily use your iPhone or iPod Touch as a storage unit for files and documents, and also transfer them to and from the PC. You'll have to guess what their real names are though.
- Removes "Remove Tracking Data" button, unneeded since iOS 4.3.3 Previously added : Adds option to turn off iTunes auto-backup feature Previously added : Adds the ability perform an automated backup when diskaid detects a device Previously added : Access Contacts, Notes, Call History, Text Messages, Voicemail and Voice Memos Interface improvements: Show or hide hidden files Copy / Paste text in DiskAid Bug fixes: Fixes a bug which crash DiskAid after the registration