FoneLink 2.0 is a Mac user’s ticket out of cellphone syncing hell, as it offers “a familiar Mac-like solution to exchange files, synchronize data, manage SMS text messages and to backup and restore cell phone contents,” says nova media.
Jan Fuellemann, PR spokesperson at nova media, says that FoneLink 2.0 is completely rewritten. It is fast, reliable, and offers a Bluetooth assistant to pair a cell phone to the Mac, if needed. I’m not sure about that, but you can be sure that the amount of data you’re trying to sync between the two devices (cellphone and Mac) plus the speed of your phone’s processor (if it even has one) will greatly affect how fast the data exchanges will really be.
FoneLink 2.0 has a few special features, such as automatic conversion of music, videos and photos on a Mac to cellphone compatible formats, the option to synchronize iTunes playlists and a built-in ringtone editor that allows for the creation of individual ringtones from any compatible music file.
nova media offers this comprehensive back up system as a free update. It requires Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later and will go for 39.95 Euros ($39.95 USD for customers in the US and Canada). The download link is available from nova media’s web site.
Download FoneLink 2.0
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