Salling Media Sync transfers music to your phone

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Salling Software released Salling Media Sync, a new utility that allows users to sync music from the their iTunes library to a cellular phone.

Transferring music from iTunes couldn’t be easier for iPhone owners. The Apple-made device connects automatically to iTunes and synchronizes the selected songs and playlists. With Salling Media Sync, non-iPhone users can have a similar experience.

The sync software supports almost 60 phones from Nokia, Sony, and Sony Ericsson. The utility will recognize software in in MP3 or M4A format, including iTunes Plus music purchased from Apple’s iTunes Store. The software will not transfer DRM protected music.

Salling Media Sync 1.0 costs $22 and is available for download from the company’s Web site.

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