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

I recently wrote about 9 ways you can transfer files from one Mac to another, which is useful if you have, say, an iMac and a laptop, and need to pass files back and forth. But you may also need to transfer files from your Mac to your iOS device, which isn’t as simple: iOS isn’t designed to accept just any file, and you don’t have the same options to open files with different apps. In this article, I’m going to show you 6 ways you can move files of various types to your iOS devices.

Read the rest of the article on Macworld.

6 thoughts on “6 ways to transfer files from your Mac to your iOS device

  1. Hey Kirk: Thanks for this useful article. Have you ever tried iAmazing? It allows you to work with many levels of iOS devices file structure – including transferring music and photos, even downloading voice memos and reminders. I don’t yet own it, but have been testing their demo version. Just curious what you might know about it …

  2. Hey Kirk: Thanks for this useful article. Have you ever tried iAmazing? It allows you to work with many levels of iOS devices file structure – including transferring music and photos, even downloading voice memos and reminders. I don’t yet own it, but have been testing their demo version. Just curious what you might know about it …

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.