iUSB Pro is a USB drive with 2 connectors:

1, USB3.0 A, to connect to Mac or PC. In this way, iUSB Pro acts as a general USB drive. Users can manager files in it, copy, cut, past or delete, ect. Users can also browse files in it directly, including preview documents, playback music and movies.

2, Apple lightning connector, to connect to iOS device with lightning connector. With this app, iUSB Pro, users can manager files in it, copy, cut, past or delete, ect. Users can also browse files in it directly, including preview documents such as .txt, .doc, .pdf, playback music and movies.

iUSB Pro is the App of the iUSB drive, it supports the following features:

* Browse files in the iUSB.
* Browse files in the app.
* Transfer files between the iUSB and the app.
* Backup photo in the iOS device to iUSB.
* Backup and restore the contacts in the iOS device.
* Independent music and movie playback.

What's New

Version 2.3.13

Support one-key backup

Ratings and Reviews

2.4 out of 5

299 Ratings

299 Ratings

Originally didn't see photos


The iUSB Pro is not seeing the iPhone photo gallery to view. It can copy photos from iUSB Pro to the iPhone, but it cannot see the photos stored on the iPhone. It can B/U the Contacts and receive the documents, but it cannot see the iPhone Camera Roll, and that is with version
Note: Out of curiosity, I downloaded the Himatch application, it could see the iPhone's Camera Roll and could receive Apple documents but couldn't see the SD card. The same is true for iDiskk.
Note2: Uninstalled iUSB and reinstalled it. When I tried to use iPhone section I received the message that I needed to allow iUSB in the privacy setting. This was already allowed. I then disallowed it, then allowed it. Upon reopening the iUSB application I could see the photos

App is not quite ready


Listing pics, it defaults to a 3 column list view. (On a large iPad Pro). The app also shows the name of each file. File names do not appear in the Photo Album, so why are they needed here? The app should try to replicate the look of the Photo Album.

The app copies pics, then generates thumbnail images afterwards. Clumsy. Impractical. I tried to copy and paste 15,000 photos from my Photo Album to a good 128GB card. The app crashed after about 11,000 images. Another complaint, nowhere does it indicate how many images are in a folder on the USB device.

There is no sync option. If you added an certain amount of pics in the Photo Album, you have to manually select them, then copy and paste to the USB memory. Clumsy. Inefficient.

Lots of room for improvement in this app.

It kind of, sort of gets the job done.... if you do not mind doing work for the app instead of the app working for you.

Great but needs a little update


I love being able to download photos from my camera with needing my computer! That part of the app works just as promised. The hitch is when I try to copy photos from the app to my camera roll, the app crashes. It would be great if that could be fixed.


Qin Qiang
24.3 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Turkish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2015 iUSB Inc.


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