iExplorer vs iFunBox vs Diskaid: What's YOUR Opinion?

What is your favorite file transfer/filesystem browser for iPhone?

  • iExplorer

    Votes: 3 23.1%
  • iFunBox

    Votes: 3 23.1%
  • Diskaid

    Votes: 6 46.2%
  • Other (please specify in comments)

    Votes: 1 7.7%
  • I Only Use iFile on my device itself

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    13

Massie

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I've always used iExplorer, but it has a weird bug that prevents me from deleting old bookmarks--they return as soon as I close and open the bookmark window--so I thought I'd consider using something else. (I'm also doing a fresh install of iExplorer to see if that helps.) What do you folks use when you want to use a laptop based solution to file transfers for your iDevice? And just as important: what makes it your favorite?

Please note: I DO use iFile on my phone itself--it's probably more useful than all the others combined, but once in a while I want to work from my laptop, so I'm looking for those apps in particular. Share your opinions here!
 

Cedric Yeo

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I've started using iExplorer when DiskAid did not update to be compatible with iOS6. Works fine for me on Windows 8 with an iPhone 4S!!
 

bamf-hacker

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iFunBox lit up the IDS in my test lab... Just saying use at your own risk.

When I need to, I use iExplorer.
 

iDonev

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I mostly use iFunBox for wired connections and Cyberduck for wireless transfers. iFile too, but rarely.
 

Je33

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I'm using DiskAid DiskAid the iPhone, iPad & iPod File & Music Transfer for PC & Mac for long time. The latest version allows multiple transfer via Wi-Fi or USB. You can also unplug the USB cable during transfers and DiskAid automatically continues on Wi-Fi, very robust solution. I tried the other competitors but they are not as stable as DiskAid. I use also FileApp to read my files from the device. I'm very happy with these two apps.
 

blogdog

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I havent used the new disk aid with the wireless but the old one was dope. i think adding wireless would make this program just awesome. the others like iexplore an iwhateva are just rubbish :)
 

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