Need to move your audio from iPhone to your new iPad?

[** UPDATED ** see YouTube video below for demo]

I am talking about your audio files in Beatmaker, or Fourtrack or any other app that supports a pasteboard to interchange music between apps (for a more or less up-to-date list: General Pasteboard, Sonoma AudioCopy).
Consider using AudioView on both devices.

Will you upgrade to the new iPhone in June and want to avoid transferring all your music back to the computer via wifi and then onto your new iPhone?
Again AudioView is the solution. AudioView supports a protocol called audioX that enables two iDevices running an app supporting that protocol to exchange their music files directly. The two iPhones detect each other and display a list of available files. Selecting a file transfers it directly to the device.

On iPad, you have the choice of using Reforge and pair it up with AudioView on your iPod or iPhone. Of course AudioView works flawlessly on iPad as well.

iPhone apps at AppStoreHQ

Then what?
AudioView supports both pasteboards (general and Sonoma) which makes it a great fit for collecting all your audio in it and transferring it over.

What’s the catch?
Right now AudioView is only supporting file transfer one by one. BUT the good news: Work is in progress on a ‘transfer all files’ feature.

UPDATE: the get all feature is available now in AudioView in the app store. See it in action in the YouTube video below.

Follow @ibeatmaker on Twitter to get updates on progress and when it is available. Or check back here as I will update the blog when the ‘transfer all files’ feature is available.

For more information about AudioView and Reforge feel free to browse: http://www.audioforge.ca

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