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Feb 16, 2011

Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac OS Goes Gold, Hits The Mac App Store

It's been available since October in beta form, but Microsoft has just turned its Windows Phone 7 Connector product to a shiny shade of gold, giving Mac owners a solid (if not Zune-free) option for hooking up their Windows Phones without firing up Boot Camp. There aren't any new features in the latest build worth noting, so you'll get the same options as before: media synchronization, iTunes compatibility, and support for Windows Phone firmware updates, it's now in the Mac App Store.

19 comments:

Lyeed said...

Ahah I didn't know those phones were Mac friendly... anyway I left my old Windows Phone for a BlackBerry.

seankenny08 said...

That looks awesome. I'm a droid guy myself

elexerdelex said...

I really have no clue what this is about...
The samsung galaxy S works on a windows thats about it for me...

Punk1119 said...

One day Macs and PCs are gonna be the same thing...

1904 Blogger said...

oh bad ass

Ramsay said...

I'm glad microsoft pulled their heads out of their asses and released this. Glad to see it's finally taking off to!

Con Queso said...

See? Apple isn't ALL bad =D

GADAFINY said...

cool
$upporting
http://gadafiny-club.blogspot.com/

Joe Somebody said...

M$ actually developing for Apple? What is the world coming too.

Mister Sharaf said...

interesting

ArmChairGeneral said...

I'll stick with my Evo!

Improve your Vocab! said...

wow, maybe this is the first step towards a PC/Mac lovechild.

mind said...

i got iphone and i hate mac

wutssz said...

Nothing is Mac friendly. Is all an illusion!

marcoandredinis said...

@Punk1119
Mac is a Personal Computer
Mac is a PC ;)

mtn said...

yeah, changed my iphone for a galaxy.. much better

jeebus said...

my phone still has a battery bag. 1988 babies

Mac said...

Oh nice ill be using this

Chris C. said...

This just seems very... ironic. =)