In 2015, we ended support for our old-timer apps: iCloner, iLibs, CopyTrans Doctor, CopyTrans TuneTastic and xPort. Inevitably, due to advancing iOS technology, we bid farewell to these five programs from the past and give way to new innovative projects.
Why end support for these apps?
We believe that the future is more exciting than that. This year we drop off some weight to concentrate on the things that matter most.
The unstoppable advance of iOS devices has largely replaced the iPod’s magnum-opus status from the past. Even Apple quietly confirmed that by discontinuing the iPod Classic this fall. We decided to phase-out iCloner and CopyTrans Doctor as the two programs were exclusively aimed for classic iPod devices. What iCloner was for the iPod in 2006, is now CopyTrans Shelbee for the iPhone and beyond.
iLibs and CopyTrans TuneTastic were two solutions designed for iTunes on PC. As offline music libraries are slowly but surely replaced by cloud-based music solutions from the likes of Spotify, the retirement of iLibs and CopyTrans TuneTastic was well anticipated.
What is end of support?
End of support means no more updates for iCloner, iLibs, CopyTrans Doctor, CopyTrans TuneTastic and xPort.
It also means that support by email for these 5 programs is now discontinued.
End of support for iCloner, iLibs, CopyTrans Doctor, CopyTrans TuneTastic and xPort takes effect on March 27th 2015.
NOTE: users who purchased iCloner, iLibs, and CopyTrans Doctor in the past year are still eligible to free email support.
I want to continue using the programs listed in the CopyTrans Museum
Using these apps beyond the end-of-support date means that the programs may not be compatible with the latest Apple software or iOS devices. These programs may also be incompatible with the latest Windows or Mac OS versions.