MobileGo for iOS is the Ultimate iPhone and iPad Transfer Tool

If I had to pick my least favorite area of the iPhone, iPod, iPad ecosystem, it's all the ways Apple complicates making data portable. ...

If I had to pick my least favorite area of the iPhone, iPod, iPad ecosystem, it's all the ways Apple complicates making data portable. Instead of enabling you to easily move things between the various devices you own, from computers, to tablets, to smartphones, Apple largely traps your posts into a single iOS tool and computer pairing. While it isn't really impossible to move songs from an iOS device in your computer, it's a big hassle.

MobileGo for iOS solves the headaches of moving data relating to the iPhone, iPad, iPod as well as any computers you may have to sync.

Managing Multiple iOS Music Libraries

Consider the scenario inside my house, which I'm guessing is reasonably common in other households too. I have an iTunes Store account and so does my partner. We manage them from separate computers, therefore the songs and movies we purchase are merely synced to respective devices.

When I'm driving the kids around, it never fails that they may want to pay attention to something that's only on their mom's phone and I'm sure exactly the same thing happens to her.

With MobileGo, we can easily connect each of our iPhones towards the same computer and combine our music libraries. We could also sync contacts, photos along with other data between devices too.

MobileGo for iOS

Backup SMS Text Messages and Search with iMessage

I was previously skeptical about burning iMessage SMS messages from my phone. Over time, I've changed my head. There are some lengthy conversations inside my iMessage which can be just as useful as a possible email exchange. Apple backs up your iMessages as area of the complete iPhone backup, however you can't search those backups and you also definitely can't export your messages. Here again MobileGo comes to the rescue. You can search all of the messages on the phone,

Manage Contacts and Merge Duplicates

If you've got contacts from multiple sources, it's rather a mess to quickly find the correct info for that person you are trying to reach. The contacts on my iPhone are from a blend of 5 different sources, including multiple email accounts and Facebook. According to MobileGo, my phone currently has 76 duplicates. I can merge those duplicates making it easier to help keep track of all of the important people within my world.

MobileGo also allows you to sync your contacts with Microsoft Outlook or Windows Mail.

Convert Music and Videos for iPhone and iPad Playback

Depending on that you downloaded music and movie files from, you will possibly not be able to play a number of the files on your iOS device. MobileGo can convert those files (without deleting the first) so that any video or audio file might be played on your iPhone or iPad.

Keep Your iTunes and iOS Data in Sync

Another strong feature of MobileGo will be the ability to maintain iTunes along with your iOS data in sync, without needing to have everything on your own device from the same library. This speaks on the issue of Apple looking to tie one device to at least one iTunes library.

There happen to be times when I downloaded a iTunes movie to your computer that wasn't my "official" iTunes library. The result was a message from iTunes telling me it turned out going to wipe the library on my iPad and replace it with the library from the computer. Not a good scenario when what I really wanted was the movie and exactly what was already on my iPad. MobileGo will merge both libraries, avoiding the issue of finding out which devices ought to be synced.

Merge iTunes and iPhone or iPad libraries

Manage iOS Photo Libraries

The photos on your own iPhone, iPad, or iPod are common visible as a mass storage device, like connecting another hard drive. MobileGo puts a pleasant photo browser besides this functionality to help you easily take a look at photos, copy them in your computer, and manage the methods you want to share between devices. My only complaint about photo management is I'd like to be capable of click and "checkmark" the photos I wish to copy, as opposed to holding around the CTRL button while I select a handful of photos, but that is a minor annoyance.

The Bottom Line on MobileGo

If you ever should transfer your music library from an iOS device to a new computer, MobileGo is now the easiest way to find the job done. If you desire to sync the libraries between two (or more) devices, MobileGo causes it to be painless. SMS backup is rapidly being a must have feature - here again, MobileGo does a great job.

If those were the one features of MobileGo, it might be a must-have solution. And it does so far more that MobileGo for iOS really will be the software Apple needs to be shipping with every iPhone, iPad, and iPod device. There's also a version of MobileGo for Android at the same time.



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