As a DiskAid user, you might be using our App to view files on your device.
If this is your case you are maybe aware already: we had to upgrade it 1.4 to 1.5 and we changed the name to FileApp, incidentally.
We were very upset about Apple’s decision not to let our users enjoy the simplicity and efficiency of USB file transfer, but we had no choice as you can imagine. We are very sorry about that.
It is probably pretty uncommon, but we would like you NOT to UPGRADE to FileApp in the App Store automatically, but to read the following carefully before:
If you have upgraded on your iPhone by mistake (or you missed the upgrade information notice prior upgrading on your iPhone) you have the ability to downgrade to the former version if you haven’t upgraded within iTunes on your desktop and you haven’t performed a sync!
It is a real issue for us, as the ability to browse files transferred via USB within our iPhone app was a great feature within the DiskAid program we will sure suffer from that – but we won’t let our loyal customers take the blame.
We would naturally refund users that claim for, even beyond our refund policy (up to 60 days).
Also if you had a good time while the trick lasted, or if you feel any sympathy for us and you think that your purchase could subsidize the development and maintenance of the free version of FileApp and you do not request a refund, we would thank you in advance for your support!
*Name changed due to a trademark claim settlement