The new iPad Pro is coming out, and there must be many a man who wants to switch from their old iPad to the new one. The apps are important for the mobile phones and the tablets. There are increasingly various kinds of apps developed nowadays, which are either interesting or useful. So you may want to transfer the apps between your old iPad and your new one, or do the iPad Apps backup & restore, because you have some data or settings stored on those apps. And in this way, you don't have to download all the apps over again and make settings one by one.
When it comes to the iOS devices, people may always think about the iTunes. But in fact, the iTunes is kind of cumbersome and hard to use. I prefer the new stunner which is called the iFreeUp. It is a professional data backup and restore tool for the iOS devices and it does absolutely support almost iOS devices including the iPad Pro. So just let me introduce this nice tool to you. And let's take an example for the iPad Pro.
There are two versions for the computers both the Windows and Mac. You can just pick up one to install. With the iFreeUp, you can back up your iPad Pro without hassle and store the backup files on your computer. Then, once you need the backup files, you just connect your iPad Pro to your computer and restore the backup files you need. It is not only convenient but also ensure you to get back all the important data files when something bad happens to your iPad Pro and makes some data loss.
Step 3. Now you can tap on the first item “App” on the left column of the primary window. And then all the data files on your old iPad will be showed on the right. You are now allowed to choose any of the apps showed there.
Step 4. After you have finished choosing, click on the button of “Export”, which will help you export the apps to your computer. Remember to select a location for the apps so that you can find them easily in the next step.
Step 5. When the Step 4 is done, you need to eject your old iPad and plug in your new iPad Pro. And do as the Step 2 to bring up the “File Manager”. Still tap on “App”, but this time, click on the button of “Import” to get the backup file you have just made.
Step 6. Through the window popping up, you need to find the backup file of the apps. Then click “OK” to start restoring the backup file.
See how easy the iFreeUp is? Just get one and enjoy managing your iOS device, including the new iPad Pro.