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Movies, Music and More – iTunes not Required

If you are now using a DVD ripper or wrangling with the extra steps of a dreaded video converter to make your favorite DVD movies compatible with your iPad,  or if you are still paying hard earned money and relying on iTunes to sync your iPad files, then let me introduce you iPad Transfer, iPad fans have now found what seems to be the most all-in-one solution to iPad’s video conversion and file protection problems. Tipard iPad Transfer handles both functions of iPad to PC transfer and PC to iPad transfer. That means iPad Transfer can not only help users move their videos, audio files and pictures from PC to iPad it will also copy all your iPad stuff back to your PC for *cough* backup. Oh how useful…  Tipard iPad to PC Transfer Ultimate is specially designed to transfer iPad files to your PC. With it, iPad users can move almost  anything, like all your music/movies/TV Shows/Podcasts/eBooks/Pictures/SMS/Contacts/Call Lists all of it, directly from your  iPad to your PC without dropping anything. Did I say TV shows? For Mac users, you can check out iPad Transfer for Macit’s also a comprehensive transfer software that enables you to move videos, audio and images directly from your  iPad to your Mac and back again. What’s more, the transfers will not require the use of iTunes. Imagine seamless transfers that are  iTunes free! iPad Transfer costs around 35 bucks for the standard version and 45.00 for the Platinum and by the way,  it lets you copy your files back into iTunes as well, you know, if you want to. source: ]]>

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