Transfer any content to your iOS device without iTunes

With WALTR 2, you can wirelessly drag-and-drop any Music, Ringtones, Videos, PDF & ePUB files into iPhone, iPad or iPod without iTunes (& no extra apps). Even files that aren't supported by iTunes, such as FLAC and MKV.

To sum it up– WALTR 2 is a fantastically efficient solution for all of us who loathe iTunes and value drag-and-drop simplicity.

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First off – @nivo0o0 thanks for hunting :) I'm Josh, one of the guys behind all Softorino products ...and the person you see in our videos ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Before I move further, you should know that WALTR 2 is available for both, macOS & Windows. OK, so here's the deal– Two years ago, we launched WALTR to free users of iTunes and allow pushing any music or video into iOS devices via seamless drag & drop. Today I’m happy to let you know that we’re finally ready to unveil the long-awaited WALTR 2. It evolved into a universal (& magic) drop area for pushing Any content into any Apple device. Now, you can wirelessly drag-and-drop any Music, Ringtones, Videos, PDF & ePUB files onto your iPhone, iPad or iPod without iTunes. What's new & matters: - Automatic metadata recognition - Wi-Fi transfer support (beta) - PDF, ePUB support - Non-iOS device support (20+ Legacy iPods, including iPod Classic from 2001) And btw, for all you music & movie lovers – you can drop MKV, AVI, FLAC files and WALTR 2 will eat it. As a result, you'll get all of your content on the device in the best quality possible. I.e. FLAC turns into ALAC with no quality loss :D So Product Hunters, go ahead and try it – the app has a 1 day trial without any restrictions. For anyone who wants to upgrade from the original WALTR – good news, you can just go to softorino.com/store/w2 and get your exclusive upgrade pricing :) If you have ANY questions, suggestions or cool feature requests – let me know and I'll try to answer ASAP!
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@joshsoftorino @nivo0o0 Great solution and super excited to try Waltr 2 out. Very useful for managing file and stuff in general across multiple devices in the family.
@joshsoftorino so glad I got a chance to try this! I love how smoothly it works -- and finally gives me a reason to use the default iOS Video and Music apps. The ability to just drag media files onto the phone is of the big conveniences I use regularly on my Galaxy 7 Edge, and saw it as a direct limitation in the iPhone... but no longer 🙏 WALTR: Highly recommended, and it goes without saying how wonderful it is to not have to use iTunes...
@nivo0o0 Thanks, Niv!! Perfect scenario ;) Once again, thanks for hunting it.
@joshsoftorino good app. Good luck👻
I waited this for so long! :D thanks!
@paul_shuteyev Thanks for the feedback, Paul! Yeah, we wanted to release it for a long time as well :) It feels good to finally show it to the world.
Really been wanting something like this! Thanks so much!
@giacomolaw Thank you, Giacomo :) Glad you like it.
I think everyone secretly wishes Apple would just create a "Device Manager" for Mac and Windows, but I'm sure it's partially hinged on the release of a standalone Apple Music app for Windows and the sunsetting of iTunes in general.
@benguild Apple has a lot of things going on lately. Unfortunately, iTunes does not quite look like one of them. Therefore, we decided to help ourselves & all the music and movie lovers out there by releasing our brand new WALTR 2 app. :)
Way to go Josh. Great product, you're exactly solving what used to be my barrier to switch to an iPhone !
@hicham_amine Thank you so much, Hicham! Let us know if you have any cool feature suggestions.