January 14, 2008 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Berlin - Jan. 14, 2008 - nova media announces the release of FoneLink version 1.5 for Mac OS X at Macworld Expo 2008. FoneLink is cell phone companion software that bridges the gap between content on your Mac and content on your cell phone.
The new release includes a complete synchronization manager to sync contacts, dates, notes and bookmarks between a Macintosh computer and most recent cell phones from Nokia and Sony Ericsson.
"Synchronization has been the missing link in this otherwise complete cell phone management solution," said Jan Fuellemann, PR spokesperson for nova media. "We will aggressively support many additional mobile phones from Motorola and Samsung with free updates for FoneLink in the coming weeks."
Besides synchronization, FoneLink offers an easy way to copy files, photos, videos and music: media files are automatially converted for optimal viewing and listening experiences on the cell phone. Music can be converted to ringtones, and iTunes playlists can be synchronized as well.
The built-in SMS manager allows the user to send, receive and archive SMS text messages. A feature called "Time Tunnel" can back up and restore the phone's data.
FoneLink requires Mac OS X 10.4.9 or higher (10.5.2 or higher for Leopard) and a compatible cell phone. FoneLink has a price tag of Euro 33,57 plus VAT (approximately $50 U.S.).
A demo version is available for download today at nova media's website.
The founders of "nova media Mobile Data Solutions GmbH" started their business in 1996 in Berlin. The company specializes in mobile data solutions for Mac OS X. More information is available at nova media or by phone at +49 30 390 90 40.