Nero announced their new MobileSync software this week and now Ars Technica is reporting it will power Motorola’s desktop sync for the upcoming Cliq phone. The software will allow you to sync all your photos, movies, and pictures between your PC, phone, and the web. Many people criticized Android for not shipping with a desktop software, so it is nice to see Motorola is addressing their concerns.
“Nero MobileSync has been created with the understanding that success in the portable device marketplace comes from the ability to quickly and easily unify the islands of digital content that consumers are creating on their various devices,” said Udo Eberlein, CEO, Nero AG. “We are providing the complete infrastructure needed for the seamless transfer of this content between devices. This allows network carriers and manufacturers of handsets, Netbooks, and Ultra-Mobile PCs alike to differentiate their user experience and maximize revenue opportunities while fulfilling our vision for the liquidity of digital content.”
If you already own an Android phone and are looking for a media sync tool, check out our review of doubleTwist.