Salling Media Sync
Salling Media Sync
1.1.9

4.2

Salling Media Sync free download for Mac

Salling Media Sync

1.1.9
06 January 2011

Synchronizes iTunes playlists, music, podcasts to some mobile devices.

Overview

Salling Media Sync synchronizes playlists, music, and podcasts from iTunes and photos from iPhoto or Aperture onto your mobile phone or media player. It's free to use, but when registered it intelligently updates your phone, which is much faster.

Salling Media Sync couldn't be easier to use. Once the device is connected to a USB port, simply select the playlists, podcasts, and photo albums you want on the device. Salling Media Sync not only uploads the music tracks and podcast episodes, but also replicates each actual playlist on the device and--on devices that support it--transfers play count metadata for each item to the device, reinforcing the sense of having a piece of iTunes in your pocket. Although Salling Media Sync works miracles with most media in iTunes, it can't bring over DRM-protected content.

What's new in Salling Media Sync

Version 1.1.9:
  • Compatibility with Dell Streak;
  • Compatibility with Motorola DROID X; and
  • Improved compatibility with some Sony Ericsson Android phones.

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7 Salling Media Sync Reviews

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SanjayMehta
31 August 2008

Most helpful

This is just what I was looking for. There are other solutions, some of them are free, but this is the first one which worked as advertised with minimum fuss. Even though the phone I tried it out with is not listed directly, there were no problems getting my playlists/mp3 files across to the phone and in the right place as well. The user interface is an unobtrusive menu item which pops up a dialog when required.
Like (3)
Version 1.0
BigRobert
24 November 2011
Nice App for podcst sharing, bt have some troubles with connection. I can't see the pictures of devices in the app screen..
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Version 1.1.9
Uli-Eckardt
19 October 2011
Hi, I have a SGS2, 2.3.3, and a Mac running Lion. The device is not recognized by Salling Media 1.1.9. I see the "please press this and that if you want to connect via USB", but the window shown, doesn't close at all, even if I can see the drives being mounted in the OSX finder. I can copy, delete files with the Apple finder - No prob at all. On the other hand, I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7", and your software works great, but what can I do with my SGS2? Sorry for my bad English. Uli
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Version 1.1.9
Iaminsane
30 January 2011
This has few features, which i consider a good thing. Whatever happened to the idea of an app doing one things extremely well? I marked features as a "3" because it doesn't have many, but to me, that is not a bad thing. And I don't need EVREY single application I use to do some "social media" thing. Maybe I just want to listen to some music? I tried doubetwist repeatedly over 3 or 4 months. It seems to do everything EXCEPT properly sync music my Droid X. I only need to update once a month or so. The free version is (intentionally) slow, and would fine for me. But I'm so happy with it I may buy the full version just to show the developer some love.
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Version 1.1.9
1 answer(s)
Jerry®
Jerry®
08 February 2011
Go to the Android App Market and get iSyncr for Mac and iSyncr WiFI. They work together to sync your music and ALL playlists (even smart ones with DoubleTwist cannot) from iTunes to your Android phone. I've deleted DoubleTwist from my Mac and my phone (EVO) and use iSyncr. They have great support too.
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Ilgaz
16 December 2009
Interesting is, whatever Salling does, it is some kind of "liberator", "make use of that old cheap phone", "support the devices otherwise not supported/already forgotten by vendors themselves." Guy is like a savior :)
Like (1)
Version 1.1.4
Maclover1-1
15 December 2009
Oh get over your iphones people, a lot of us have basic mobile phones and tell your Apple Daddy about your gripes, not Salling for God's sake.. shouldn't Apple be the one responsible for making your toy the best toy ever ?!? lol ;-) Thanks a lot for making this app btw :-)
Like (2)
Version 1.1.4
World28
12 September 2008
Ok a nice tool, but much less than Salling Clicker. Basically, you need to mount the disk of your device (phone) and start the sync process. SynTunes do it for phone, but also any device (Palm,...) whose disc can be mounted, fast et for free ! Why to pay for an equivalent free tool well benchmarked ! no sense. So OK I like the company who did Salling Clicker. It would be better to implement it for iPhone than doing this useless program. Sorry
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Version 1.0.1
3 answer(s)
Salling
Salling
12 September 2008
Hi there. I think you'vemisunderstood how this application works for the majority of phones supported (i.e. NOT using mass storage mode); this application does things no other application does (like synchronizing play counts on phones that support this, so that podcast episodes show as played/unplayed on the phone).
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Version 1.0.1
Odysseus
Odysseus
26 November 2008
I think the developer doesn't grasp how upset users are that he has yet to offer anything like Salling Clicker for the iPhone. He also has been less than forthcoming about whether or not he intends to develop anything along these lines.
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Version 1.0.2
Ilgaz
Ilgaz
16 December 2009
Like Apple would ever allow a complex software like Salling Clicker for iPhone. Come on really... Stop blaming developers for Apple's fascistic app policies.
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Version 1.1.4
SanjayMehta
31 August 2008
This is just what I was looking for. There are other solutions, some of them are free, but this is the first one which worked as advertised with minimum fuss. Even though the phone I tried it out with is not listed directly, there were no problems getting my playlists/mp3 files across to the phone and in the right place as well. The user interface is an unobtrusive menu item which pops up a dialog when required.
Like (3)
Version 1.0