Connect a Windows Phone to a Mac
- Straightforward to use
- Clear file preview panels
- Import multimedia to your Mac from the phone
- Lacks support for device application management
Windows Phone 7 Connector provides the best way to connect your Windows Phone to a Mac.
Microsoft has decided not to release a version of its Zune software for Mac, at the moment. As a result, Windows Phone 7 Connector represents the only reliable way to transfer files and sync media between a Windows Phone and a Mac.
The application provides a straightforward way to sync music, photos, video and podcasts from your iTunes and iPhoto libraries to your Windows Phone 7 device. Plug your phone in with Windows Phone 7 Connector running, and the software will display details about the content of your device’s memory.
Windows Phone 7 Connector allows you to easily display music, photos and podcasts on your computer, and quickly sync them to the device through an iTunes-esque user interface. The Browse Device tab displays a list of all the content on your phone and allows you to import items to your computer, or delete them.
The biggest omission from Windows Phone 7 Connector is support for applications. If you want a facility for installing, managing and backing up Windows Phone 7 apps on your Mac, you should install a Windows OS on it and run the Zune software.
Windows Phone 7 Connector is an essential download for any Mac owners who have a Windows Phone 7 device.