iTools File Manager Allows Proper Management of Files on Your iPhone

iTools File Manager is a new software application designed to help users manage files such as photos, videos, music, and messages under one application. The tool is only available for jailbroken devices and is available as an iOS app as well as a Mac application. It works in a similar way to iTunes and even delivers additional functionality that makes it a worthy replacement for your iTunes.

iTools File Manager tool

iTools File Manager also comes in handy in uninstalling an application from your iPhone. If you have those applications that take you through many stages to uninstall, why not use the iTools file manager to completely delete it from your iPhone? It also allows copying your music, photos, videos and many other things from your computer to the iPhone.

The software comes with a couple of features such as the capability to hunt for rarely used applications so that you can uninstall them and save lots of space on your device. The application is simple and has a classic interface that is fully functional whether on the iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.

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Devices That are Compatible With iTools File Manager

iTools is a simple tool that is easy to install and use. However, just like any other app, there is a compatibility list. The following are devices that support iTools:

  • iPhone 6
  • iPhone 6 plus
  • iPhone 3G
  • iPhone 3GS
  • iPhone4
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPad 1
  • iPhone 2
  • iPod touch 1
  • iPod touch 2
  • iPod touch 3
  • iPod touch

iTools is available via the application’s website, http://sale.itools.cn, where it can be downloaded directly and installed to your jailbroken iPhone. The process is easy and you should be able to use your new app in a matter of seconds.

With the iTools file manager, users can enjoy having complete control over their files as well as apps. You can install, uninstall, or back up data on your apps easily as well as transfer your music, photos, and documents.

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