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6 ways to transfer files from your Mac to your iOS device

Kirk McElhearn | April 8, 2016
Use one of these methods to transfer a file from your Mac to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

Copy audio or video files with Waltr

Normally, the only way you can copy audio or video files to an iOS device—at least to be able to play them in Apple’s Music or Videos app—is by syncing with iTunes. You can use iTunes File Sharing to transfer this type of file to certain apps, such as VLC, for example. Softorino’s $30 Waltr can copy almost any type of audio or video file to an iOS device, converting it, if necessary, to a format that Apple’s apps can play. All you do is connect your iOS device, quit iTunes, and than drag your file(s) on Waltr’s window. The app converts and transfers the files, and you can then access them in the Music or Videos app.


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