Some people need to sync files or documents to their Apple iPad tablets, so they need to access iTunes. Fortunately, you can now do this without having to use the (sometimes slow) iTunes application.
Wouldn’t you want to finally use your iPhone or iPad in disk mode, like a flash thumb drive?
In How to Sync Documents and Other Files to Your iPhone or iPad Without iTunes, you’ll learn about iExplorer (Mac and PC version).
While iExplorer version 184.108.40.206 (PC) requires iTunes 10 or later, you can later just focus on iExplorer when dragging/dropping files or folders from your iPhone or iPad.