iNokia? - it's Nokia Media Transfer 1.0 beta - for Mac OS!

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Nokia suite for Mac OSHere's another big piece of news. Nokia has finally revealed the second half of its Mac OS connectivity strategy, with the release of Nokia Media Transfer 1.0 beta, adding to the existing iSync plugins with full sync of your iTunes music and videos, and your iPhoto images, to your S60 smartphone. There's full file transfer support too, for adding apps and games. Cool, cool, cool..... (via Tommi)

"Transfer from iTunes

Rip your favorite CDs with iTunes and take your music with you anywhere. Use Nokia Media Transfer to load music, videos, and podcasts – even playlists – from iTunes to your Nokia device. Nokia Media Transfer can also fill up your device’s memory with a random selection of tracks.* Check out how.

Transfer from iPhoto

Keep your treasured memories close to you – transfer photos and videos from iPhoto to your Nokia device using Nokia Media Transfer. When you transfer photos to your device with Nokia Media Transfer, they will be resized into smaller files, saving space in your device’s memory for other files, such as new photos captured by your device. Learn how here.

Photo import

Record videos or take pictures with your Nokia device, then import them into iPhoto with Nokia Media Transfer. Once transferred to your Mac, you can see your pictures and video on the big screen with iPhoto. Learn how here.

File transfer with Device Browser

Add fresh looks, new features, and fun games to your device by uploading S60 games and applications. Or keep your important documents close at hand. Nokia Media Transfer has a device browser that allows you to transfer files between your connected device and Mac. Read more here.

Connecting your device to your Mac

You can transfer files between your device and Mac via USB cable or Bluetooth wireless technology. Not sure how to connect to your device to your Mac? Get step-by-step instructions here."