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Playing with your iPhone and iPod Touch is nice and cool. With them you can make phone calls, listen to your favourite music, watch videos and pictures, surf the Web etc.  But what if you want to use them in a different way? Let’s say, for example,  that you want to use these devices as external hard disks to store whatever you want. Not only music but applications, software, documents and whatever strikes your fancy. Let’s see how we can turn our Apple devices into external hard disks and save some bucks.

DiskAid is a freeware utility for PC and Mac which turns your iPhone and iPod to nice external hard disks. Here is a list of its most important features:

  • DiskAid is completely for free and without any spyware or nagware.
  • It is fully compatible with your Mac and PC Windows.
  • Fully compatible with iPhone 1, 3G and all iPod Touch.
  • Auto detection feature. No need to set options to make it work. Just plug your Apple device in and you are done!
  • A lot of features available that let you organize, create, name your folders.

If you want to know more, or if you just want to download it, visit the official website.

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3 Comments to “How to use your iPhone and iPod Touch as external hard disk”

  1. Greg S Says:

    You can use iPhone Explorer. It’s free but you have to have your iPhone or iPod plugged via USB in your PC or laptop. It works really great, by the way.

  2. Web Talk Says:

    You are right Adi,
    the software is not freeware…anymore. At the time I wrote this review it was free. Sorry for this. Lately, a lot of companies have turned their free applications to shareware ones!

  3. Adi Says:

    diskaid is not freeware… 14 days in its asking me to buy for $9.99

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