We’ve tweaked our music section so that it better communicates which tracks are transferable or available in the cloud, iTunes Store purchases or Apple Music tracks.
A – New Status Columns
The first column identifies wether a track is an Apple Music track, was purchased from the iTunes Store, or is a track you own (ripped from a CD, downloaded from another MP3 store, etc…).
B – New Smart Views See all Apple Music tracks, or all media purchased from the iTunes Store in one click.
C – Only Show Transferable Media
Enable this filter and iMazing will only display tracks which you can extract from your device, filtering out tracks available for download from the cloud (but not locally available on the device), and Apple Music tracks (which are all DRM protected).
Password protected notes are detected as such. Minor compatibility fixes.
iMazing is now translated in Arabic – special thanks to Mr. Ahmad ALJUHANI.
Our backup browser is now much, much faster and allows for tinkerers to edit any part of a backup, even if encrypted (providing the password is known, of course). Additionally, backups now feature an ‘Apps’ section which works just like the ‘Apps’ section of a connected device:
In short, iMazing now lets you manage backup apps just like device apps:
Encrypted backups no longer slow down loading of datasets, and do not require a device to be connected anymore.
We’ve completely reviewed our Mac and Windows UI code to better handle compatibility with screen readers. Their may be more work to do, but we certainly hope that it’s a substantial step in the right direction! Many thanks to the following Twitter users for their help and patience: