Nullriver Software has updated
PSPWare, its software that synchronizes data between a Mac and a Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP), to version 2.0.1. The new release touts a slew of new features that have been added since the last major update, 1.5. It’s a free update for registered users, and costs US$15 to register.
The Sony PSP connects to a Macintosh or PC using a USB 2.0 cable, and can transfer saved game files, digital photos, music and movies onto a Sony Memory Stick Pro Duo flash memory card. While these features can be done without any additional software installed, PSPWare simplifies the process by providing a sync utility to manage the transfer of iTunes playlists, iPhoto albums and movies.
Among the new features in this release is support for “Sync Profiles,” which allows different files to be synced to multiple memory sticks; “Dropboxes,” which lets you sync pre-converted content by dropping files onto folders; resizable windows, customizable PSPWare documents folder location; Dock addition and menu bar; dual CPU support for movie conversions, and much more.