Date: Thursday, February 2nd, 2006, 07:34
Category: The Apple Core
Don’t have US$300 to shell out for the new Motorola SLVR iTunes Phone 2.0 that I mentioned yesterday? Then make your own.
Tea Vui Huang’s Mass Storage Synchronizer is an iTunes add-on that allows owners of some Sony Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung and PalmOne Treo phones and PDAs to use iTunes to manage their songs, and sync the songs to the phone – just like the Motorola ROKR and SLVR.
Back in September the PowerPage’s Emory Lundberg posted a story about SyncTunes a Freeware application for Mac OS X which lets you push items from iTunes to a removable storage card, such as an MMC, Memory Stick Duo Pro or SD – making it simple to manage content on your device. SyncTunes transfers files to Palm PDAs, Sony PSP, Sony Ericsson K750/P910/W800i, Siemens SX1 (Symbian s60), and generic MP3 players.
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.