Phoneview Free Download For Mac

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If you have a Yosemite mac, and enable SMS forwarding, the SMS and iMessage will automatically go in the Messages app in the Mac. You can therefore archive these messages in the app. And even if the Mac crashes/dies, the Time machine backup will have a copy of the SMS+iMessages, forever. Also, T he SMS and iMessage are automatically saved in the iTunes/iCloud Backup, however, this has 2 drawbacks:. If the iPhone is lost/dies, you'll be able to recover the messages only by putting the backup on a newly reset/bought iPhone. the backup only saves current SMS/iMessage, which means that if you manually delete from the iPhone the messages, it will also delete from the backup next time the backup syncs. This therefore doesn't allow 'archiving'.

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The Review: PhoneView 2.12.1 Full Version is very useful desktop utility software which help you to manage your files on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch in a breeze. You can view, save and print all of your iPhone and iPad messages, Whats-app messages, voicemail and any other data directly on your Mac with this easy to use application. PhoneView 2.13.8 for Mac is available as a free download on our software library. The unique identifier for this app's bundle is com.ecamm.PhoneView. The latest installation package takes up 4.7 MB on disk. PhoneView for Mac belongs to System Tools.

So the first solution is best if you have a Mac, especially since it's for legal reasons, for which it is recommended to have 2 versions of the files. Hope this helps 🙂: Also, you'll probably never find an app that syncs messages, since iOS is a sandbox OS, meaning the Apps don't have access to the data of other apps. So Messages data isn't available to any other app. If you have a Yosemite mac, and enable SMS forwarding, the SMS and iMessage will automatically go in the Messages app in the Mac. You can therefore archive these messages in the app. And even if the Mac crashes/dies, the Time machine backup will have a copy of the SMS+iMessages, forever. Also, T he SMS and iMessage are automatically saved in the iTunes/iCloud Backup, however, this has 2 drawbacks:.

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If the iPhone is lost/dies, you'll be able to recover the messages only by putting the backup on a newly reset/bought iPhone. the backup only saves current SMS/iMessage, which means that if you manually delete from the iPhone the messages, it will also delete from the backup next time the backup syncs. This therefore doesn't allow 'archiving'. So the first solution is best if you have a Mac, especially since it's for legal reasons, for which it is recommended to have 2 versions of the files. Hope this helps 🙂: Also, you'll probably never find an app that syncs messages, since iOS is a sandbox OS, meaning the Apps don't have access to the data of other apps. So Messages data isn't available to any other app.

Maviss90 wrote: I tried the free trial version of PhoneView and I agree that it's pretty useful and much better than the similar iPhone mangers out there like Wondershare Tunesgo (I don't remember the exact name) but still I didn't purchase the full version because I just wanted to save my text messages. If you save them more than a couple of times, it's probably worth it. I archive my messages regularly so, being able to do it quickly and without fuss is invaluable. Especially when I end up with a very nicely formatted PDF that requires no tweaking.

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Back when I still had a 16GB iPhone, I kept running out of space. Huge surprise, right? Upon perusing Settings General Storage & iCloud Usage Manage Storage, I found that my old messages were taking up almost 1.5GB. As you can see, that situation’s been rectified now, both because I don’t save messages as much anymore and because I finally broke down and bought a larger iPhone. But at the time, I had tons of old conversations that I really wanted to keep for sentimental reasons.

If you’ve got the same problem, then there’s a third-party app that you should keep in mind—. Behind this funny little icon is a whole lot of power.

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Not only can you export messages to PDF (as I’ll be demonstrating), but you can save out voicemails as audio files, for example, or export certain app data, your call logs, or your notes. To get started, just download the app from the website I linked above and plug your phone into your Mac using your USB-to-Lightning cable. Once you do, PhoneView will start analyzing your device, and when it’s done, you’ll be able to click on all of the data types you can interact with. In the case of messages, you can click on a conversation (or multiple conversations) from within PhoneView and choose File Save as PDF. Within the document that’ll be created, you’ll have all sorts of useful info, such as the date and time texts were sent. When you’re satisfied that all of the messages you need are safely tucked away as PDFs, you can feel free to either delete them from your phone or set them to start expiring after an appropriate amount of time ( Settings Messages Message History Keep Messages). I find this to be very useful software, especially if you need to interact with the data on your device in a way that iTunes just won’t let you.

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Ecamm offers a limited trial (with which you can export a few items to try out the program), and when you’re ready to purchase it, PhoneView is $29.95 and includes free lifetime updates. I mean, you’d kinda think this functionality would be something Apple would provide, wouldn’t you? But I’m happy Ecamm is there to fill in the gaps.