Sync Your Digital Stuff From Mac to Windows Phone 7
- Posted: Oct 28, 2010 at 2:25 AM
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So, you’re a Mac owner and you’ve been eyeing up those sweet new Windows Phone 7 handsets, right? But you’re thinking, “How could I possibly sync my music, photos, videos and podcasts from iTunes and iPhoto to the handset from my Mac?”.
The answer comes in the form of the all-new Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac, which Microsoft have just released in beta. The connector supports Apple OSX 10.5 and above, and provides a familiar environment for users to sync content between the Mac and the handset.
The Connector for Mac doesn’t have all of the bells and whistles of the Zune software for Windows, but will allow you to sync all of your non-protected music and video, plus your photos and podcasts to the phone for enjoyment out on the road.
To see the new Connector in action, watch this video from Gear Live. Now there’s no excuse not to check out those Windows Phone 7 handsets, Mac guys.