iMazing 2.7

Move messages and media files from your iPhone and iPad to your PC
5.0  (2 votes)
2.7.5 (See all)
Transfer different types of your data between your iOS devices and computer. Create a backup of your multimedia files, applications, messages, call history, browser bookmarks, etc. and restore iOS data via iTunes backup files. Search for files and play media files using a built-in player.

iMazing is a utility that enables you to manage your iOS device data directly from a Windows PC. The program is compatible with a wide range of iPhone, iPad, and iPod models, helps you transfer various types of files between your iOS device and your computer and immediately completes any given task.

This tool comes as an alternative to using specialized programs like iTunes to back up your iOS device data to your computer. You can also use iMazing to transfer new files from your PC to your Apple gadget and complete various types of device tasks directly from your computer (like shut down your device, erase all content, reinstall iOS).

Furthermore, the program enables you to read your messages, check your contacts list, search certain app data, etc. Still, even though you can preview your iOS photos, you cannot pre-listen the music files within your Apple gadget. The utility is missing a built-in media player to help you complete the aforementioned task. However, this isn't a big deal since the program's objective is to help you transfer data between the iOS gadget and your Windows PC.

In conclusion, iMazing proves to be a reliable solution for managing your iOS device data from a Windows computer. It's very simple to handle, brings you many useful features, and comes with a reasonable price.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary


  • Compatible with multiple iOS versions and device models
  • Lets you transfer various types of files
  • Helps you complete various tasks on your iOS device
  • Comes with a built-in search tool
  • You can preview photos, transfer app data, export messages, etc


  • Lacks the ability to pre-listen iOS music files
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