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Friday, 11 November 2016

Download All Kinds of Files on your iPhone with This Trick

On Android devices we can download almost any file into a folder called "Downloads", and those files can be transferred or used with a certain app. In our iPhone have no such folder, and save files from Safari is almost impossible unless you have Jailbreak.

For now, if we want to save an MP3 or MP4 that we found on the web, we can not download it on our iPhone, but we can add it to bookmarks or the Safari reading list. With a PDF, for example, the same thing happens, but we have the possibility to save it in the iBooks application. If the file has an extension, we can probably save our cloud but not on the iPhone.

With iSaveit, Mobile Innovations, you can download any file type without any restrictions on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch.

How to save an MP3 with iSaveit

The application is quite similar to a mobile web browser, but with slight differences and fewer options. To make it work, we have to paste the link of the file you want to download. Once the page is loaded, only you have to click on the "Download" button, which appears at the bottom of the screen.

Save videos with iSaveit

The application is also compatible with websites to download audio or video from YouTube, Vimeo or any other page of this style. Once the video starts playing, a download link will appear at the bottom of the screen, as with the MP3.

View and Share your downloaded files

You can view your downloaded with just move to the "Files" tab, where you will find integrated functions with which we can view PDF files, listen to songs, watch videos and more files.

The only fault we can find is that our application downloaded data may not be reproduced in native Apple applications, so you can only do it from iSaveit. But to be an unofficial Apple application, we are grateful to be able to reproduce this content without having to be connected to the internet.

If you want to transfer the saved content to your computer, you can set up an account pCloud, which offers 20GB for free, and you have content on any of your devices. It does not seem to us the definitive solution, but it is preferable this to have no other option.

The iOS system is becoming more flexible in terms of applications, and although it is not as open as Android, it is appreciated that there are alternatives to having basic functions on a day to day basis. If you want to download the app, here 's the link.

What did you think of the application? Leave your answer in the comments.

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