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Windows Phone 7 Connector released for Mac

17 Feb 11

Microsoft describes Windows Phone 7 Connector as an application designed to sync media files from your Mac, with your Windows Phone 7 (or Zune HD if you have one).

You can also sync photos and videos you captured on your phone with your Mac5 and update your Windows Phone 7 software.

Requirements are that you have a Windows Phone 7 device and Mac OS 10.6.6 or higher.

Here’s what you can do:





  • Sync music, movies, TV Shows and podcasts, from your existing iTunes library, to your devices




  • Sync photos and videos, from your existing iPhoto library, to your devices




  • Retrieve photos and videos, taken on your Windows Phone, and automatically import them into your existing iPhoto library




  • Browse and preview media items located on your devices




  • Download and install operating system updates for your Windows Phone




  • Only unprotected (non DRM) files are supported



You can download the app now from the Mac App store. 

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