There are some of the best alternatives to iTunes app called WALTR, which made it easier to transfer any video or audio file to an iOS device. Great app for those that need to move media around without having to use iTunes and without having to jailbreak. With the release of WALTR 2, Softorino team have really upped their game.
Available for both Windows and Mac, WALTR 2 has made it playable now. Lets you transfer video and audio files very quickly, but the things have been changed up by adding support for wireless transfers, additional file types and non-iOS devices (over 20 legacy iPods).
With WALTR 2 installed, users can connect their device – iPhone, iPads or iPods are supported – and transfer ringtones, videos, PDF & ePUB files, and naturally, audio files across for consuming even if the receiving device does not natively support them. That’s the magic of WALTR brought to all types of file thanks to WALTR 2.
Using WALTR 2 is simple. With automatic metadata construction, users could also throw music files at their iPhone and have them correctly tagged, ready to be picked up by Apple Music, for example. Video files with the correct title etc. already assigned with no action needed on the part of the user.
WALTR 2 is almost as much as the newly added support for WiFi transfers. Those moving files regularly will love it anyhow. No need to dig that cable out just to copy a video across to an iPhone. Plug your device into your Mac or even to the new Wi-Fi feature (currently in beta), and then simply drag and drop the file, movie, audio, and media you want to transfer to an iOS device into the new WALTR 2.
It can be downloaded right away, and is available as a free trial with a lifetime license costing $39.95. Owners of a WALTR licence can take advantage of the $19.95 upgrade pricing, too. To purchase or upgrade to the new app, head on over to softorino.com/store/w2.
WALTR 2 gets support for ePUBs, PDFs, and audiobooks, which are automatically uploaded to the iBooks app. WALTR 2 can also be used to upload full-length ringtones and it supports subtitle files. Supported audio formats include MP3, FLAC, APE, ALAC, AAC, AIFF, WAV, WMA, OGG, OGA, WV, TTA, and DFF, while video formats include MKV, AVI, MP4, MOV, MPEG, m2ts, 3GP, WMV, H264, and H265.
Fun introduction to the software.
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