iMazing makes moving data from your iOS device to your computer seamless

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Working from home probably has you attempting to transfer files from your work devices to your personal tech collection. If you have fast enough internet, migrating data to and fro using the cloud can go without a hitch. But if you have to do it manually, you'll find that it can be tedious, time-intensive, and just downright annoying.

The good news is that there's a workaround, and it comes in the form of the iMazing iOS Device Manager. Anytime you have to move files from an iOS device to your computer, this tool makes the process seamless. It works with both Mac and Windows, and all it takes is a simple drag and drop to manage photos, videos, music, contacts, notes, voice memos, files, and so much more. You also have the option to transfer data between devices wirelessly or via a USB connection.

As for backups, iMazing's got you covered on that front, too. It's automatic, so you never have to think about it, and all your data is encrypted to keep them safe and sound. No wonder Trustpilot rated it 4.5 stars.

For a limited time, a universal license to this Swiss Army Knife of iPhone, iPad, and iPod management is on sale for only $19.99 — 77 percent off the usual cost of $89.99.

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