Connect a Nokia phone to your PC and, with the Nokia Data Suite, you can quickly move across your contacts, numbers, upload music and much more. It’s a well designed application and you can use the tool to manage every aspect of your mobile.
However, there are few options for the Mac. Sure you get iSync as part of the operating system, which will enable you to synchronise your address book and your phone, but there it lacks advanced options, such as being able to edit files on the phone, upload audio files and other media.
FoneLink is a commercial tool that supports a wide number of mobiles and will enable you to perform most of the advanced tasks, such as quickly uploading images to picture browser (enabling you to use the image on the phone as wallpaper), edit and manage your phone ringtones, edit multimedia and much more.
As a Mac OS X application, you can imagine it’s designed particularly well and this is no exception.
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