TouchCopy enables you to copy your iPod, iPhone and iPad music to your PC or Mac hard drive. You can even transfer your music, playlists and video straight to iTunes, including all your song data, your ratings, play counts and album art. TouchCopy will also transfer any other audio content on your iPod, iPhone or iPad like your Podcasts, Audiobooks and iPhone ringtones.
TouchCopy enables you to copy your photos and videos from your iPod, iPhone and iPad to your PC or Mac hard drive. You can transfer photos added to your device using iTunes as well as photos and videos shot using your iPod, iPhone and iPad camera.
TouchCopy can export your SMS, WhatsApp and iMessage conversations to your PC or Mac. Exported conversations can be viewed in your internet browser. TouchCopy also allows you to print out conversations and provides options for filtering messages if you do not wish to print or save the full conversation.
TouchCopy can be used to copy your iPhone contacts to your PC or Mac. Contacts can be copied to your hard drive as vCard (.vcf) files. Alternatively, TouchCopy can copy your contacts directly into Microsoft Outlook on PC or Address Book on Mac OS X.
The PC version of TouchCopy allows you to copy books downloaded using the iBooks app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. TouchCopy can copy both EPUB and PDF files formats. PDF books can be previewed within TouchCopy.
TouchCopy allows you to view and export your internet bookmarks and browsing history from your iOS device. You can visit your bookmarked pages within the TouchCopy browser or copy them to your PC to view in your browser of choice.
TouchCopy can access your iPhone call logs and allows you to copy them to your PC or Mac for your records. Call logs are recorded on your device any time that you make or receive a phone call. These logs also include any Face Time calls made with your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Call logs include the date that the call was made and the duration of the call.
TouchCopy allows you to export and view calendars stored on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Calendars can be copied as iCal files which can then be imported into Microsoft Outlook on PC. On Mac, calendars can be copied directly into the iCal app from within TouchCopy.
TouchCopy can be used to access the file storage on your iPhone, iPad or iPod device. This enables you to use your device as a form of portable storage whereby files and folders can be added, copied or deleted.