Photo Liberator 2.4
The Photo Liberator for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPod allows you to easily copy photos from your device to your computer, filling a missing feature of iTunes and iPhoto.
You see, iTunes and iPhoto only allow for a one-way transfer of photos from your computer to your device. However, what if your computer crashes and all of your photos are deleted from your computer? What if you want to download your photos from your device to another computer as a backup or to show friends? Your photos are precious because they capture the memories of your life. Save your photos, recover your memories with the Photo Liberator for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPod.
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