Media SOS (formerly XPlay)

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Pack full of new features that makes using your iPod with Windows even better by allowing you to copy the media files stored on your iPod to your computer

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What's new in Media SOS (formerly XPlay) 3.5.4:

  • Added: Compatibility with iTunes 10.1
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Media SOS (formerly XPlay) - Media SOS will help you quickly and easily copy the media files stored on your iPod to your computerMedia SOS (formerly XPlay) - Users will be able to choose between transferring their songs, photos or videos from their iPodMedia SOS (formerly XPlay) - Whenever you select to copy your media files, you are given the chance to transfer them all or pick the ones you wantMedia SOS (formerly XPlay)Media SOS (formerly XPlay)

Media SOS makes for an excellent PC companion that enables easy transfers between your iOS / Android devices and your computer. It even throws iTunes support into the game, being able to export content directly to Apple’s media player.

In an attempt to simplify the efforts of the users that own an iOS or an Android device, Media SOS provides a pleasant and user-friendly environment that makes transferring between such a gadget and your computer a breeze.

In this respect, it relies on a wizard-based interface that guides you through all the steps that are necessary to accomplish the job successfully. It automatically detects the devices connected to the computer, offering direct access to the media files located inside it.

Once the content is identified, the media is categorized into songs, photos and videos, providing separate buttons for copying each one of these. Regardless of what you choose, the next dialog sports two options: transferring all of the items or manually selecting the ones to be processed.

The last of the configuration steps involves specifying the destination, which can be one of the following three: the iTunes library, the Music folder or a user-defined directory. After completing all of these steps, you can press the ‘Copy’ button to initiate the transferring operation.

It’s of high importance to mention that during the process, duplicate items will be automatically skipped and hidden or lost items will be uncovered and copied altogether. Also, you won’t be bothered by annoying prompts, the software makes all the right decisions, no intervention required.

On an ending note, Media SOS seems like a very reliable alternative for managing content stored on Apple or Android devices. The wizard-based interface makes it all the more accessible and easy to use.

Media SOS (formerly XPlay) was reviewed by , last updated on July 5th, 2013

Runs on: Windows XP / Vista / Vista 64 bit / 7 / 7 64 bit / 8 / 8 64 bit

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#iPod sync #transfer music #automatic conversion #iPod #add-in #transfer #music

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