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WALTR logo.png
Original author(s)Softorino Inc.
Developer(s)Softorino Inc.
Initial releaseNovember 18, 2014; 4 years ago (2014-11-18)
Stable release
1.7.1 / 16 April 2016; 2 years ago (2016-04-16)
Operating systemmacOS 10.9 & Above. Windows 7 & Above.
PlatformmacOS, Windows OS
Size19.2 MB
Available inEnglish
TypeConverter, Utility
Alexa rankIncrease81,204 (November 2017)[1]

WALTR direct converter is proprietary software developed by Softorino for converting and transferring music and video files directly onto Apple iOS devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch).

General Information[edit]

WALTR is designed for converting and direct transferring video, music and ringtones onto Apple devices that are running iOS - iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

WALTR converts any video or music file and makes it available in native Apple applications such as Music and Videos. According to its developers, video and music playback using native Apple apps saves battery life since they are designed by Apple and therefore utilise system resources in an effective manner.

The app works on macOS and Windows PC.


WALTR has received press reviews from more than 100 editions, including Forbes USA,[2] Wired.it,[3] Gizmodo and FOX6Now.[4]

Similar software[edit]

Interesting facts[edit]

  • Program was named after Walter White – the character in the American crime-drama TV series Breaking Bad
  • The application allows you to watch 4K video files on iPhone 6, though developers state that the highest resolution supported by iPhone`s screen is 1080p (iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S Plus). While testing WALTR 1.0.2 for Mac, devs tried to put 4K video from Samsung Smart TV demos into an iPhone. To everyone's surprise, iPhone played it back easily and without any difficulties. Since Apple TV uses chips from the iPhone, it was likely that the next generation of Apple TV is going to support 4K resolution.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Softorino.com Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2017-11-14.
  2. ^ Amit Chowdhry (22 November 2014). "Apple's A8 Chip In The iPhone 6 And iPhone 6 Plus Enables Support For 4K Video Playback". Forbes USA. Retrieved Jan 22, 2016.
  3. ^ Anna Rudelli (3 December 2014). "Con Apple A8, anche l'iPhone 6 supporta il 4K". Wired.it. Retrieved Jan 22, 2016.
  4. ^ Rich Demuro (4 March 2015). "A new app named "Waltr" can help you download any video to your iPhone". Fox6NOW.com. Retrieved Jan 22, 2016.

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