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iExplorer, formerly iPhone Explorer, lets you use an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad as if it were in...

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iExplorer, formerly iPhone Explorer, lets you use an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad as if it were in disk mode or a flash drive. iExplorer is an iPhone browser for Mac & PC that lets you browse the files and folders on your iPhone as if it were a normal USB flash drive or pen drive. You can use the easy drag-and-drop methods to add or remove files and folders from the iPhone. More Info »

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iExplorer (sometimes referred to as iPhone Explorer) was added by OmgItsTheSmartGuy in Aug 2010 and the lastest update was made in Aug 2015. There is a history of activites on iExplorer in our Change Log and Activity Log. It's possible to update the information on iExplorer or report it as discontinued, duplicated or spam. If you want a nice widget to put on your website check these out.

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I think I've got a perfect solution for u here:)

Check out iStick from Softorino right here and you'll be truly amazed:

It's got everything you need, literally...even a trial version


This is a bit outdated.
I came across PhoneStick from Softorino Inc.

It is more like iExplorer but allows you to upload the data to and from you device.
Allows you to drag and drop the files from and to your PC.
anyways try it out on your own.


Super glitchy

Negative Comment by OmgItsTheSmartGuy about iExplorer Oct 2011

The current version of iExplorer ( is embarrassingly glitchy on the Mac. Namely, symbolic links don't work (so half of the folders in the root directory of your iPhone don't lead anywhere), and the splash screen that opens when you start the app can't be disabled. Hopefully, these issues will be fixed by the time you read this.


That's an amazing app!!
It's crazy that it's free... Love it...
I use it on my mac as an alternative to SSH, damn useful if u use iFile to download and manage files.
Complete access to the MEDIA folder.
Enjoy it