August 6, 2008 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] Berlin, Germany - Most cell phone manufacturers do not offer a Macintosh solution, but nova media bridges the gap with FoneLink. The cell phone suite offers a familiar Mac-like solution to exchange files, synchronize data, manage SMS text messages and to backup and restore cell phone contents.
"FoneLink 2.1 supports more than 70 cell phones from Sony Ericsson, including the latest models." states Jan Fuellemann, PR spokesperson at nova media. "The software features a Bluetooth assistant to pair a cell phone to the Macintosh computer in one easy step. A menubar icon can be used to send a text message or synchronize the cell phone without the need to open FoneLink first. "
FoneLink supports drag and drop throughout its new user interface. The built-in sync manager synchronizes contacts, dates, tasks, notes and bookmarks while an activity monitor displays all current and cued actions.
The cell phone suite can automatically convert music, videos and photos on a Mac to formats that are instantly viewable and playable on the cell phone. iTunes playlists can be synchronized and a ringtone editor allows the creation of individual ringtones from any compatible music file.
Last but not least, FoneLink has the ability to create a comprehensive backup of a cell phone's data in the background. If the mobile phone or its data gets lost or damaged, it is easy to restore individual data files using drag and drop, or to restore a comprehensive backup using the restore command.
Pricing And Availability:
FoneLink requires Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later and is priced at Euro 33,57 plus VAT (US-$ 33,57 plus VAT for customers in the US and Canada). FoneLink can be downloaded today at nova media's website. A demoversion is available.
The founders of "nova media Mobile Data Solutions GmbH" started their business in 1996 in Berlin. The company specializes on mobile data solutions for Mac OS X. More information at their website or phone +49 30 3909040.