At last there is a simpler way to get media onto your Android-powered smartphone.
Unlike Apple’s iOS devices that are built almost exclusively for media syncing, much to the chagrin of many people since it restricts the devices so much, Google’s Android handsets are a but archaic in getting what you want on your phone in a quick way. Thanks to the Salling Media Sync for both PCs and Macs, the whole process has been streamlined by quite a bit.
As you can see in the video above from Jon, the demonstration he runs of the Mac version of the software, the whole process is pretty straightforward and painless. The interface is similar enough to that of iTunes that it feels comfortable and familiar enough that you can immediately jump into using it.
While there are other ways to do this, this really does strike you as such a dead simple way of doing things that you have to wonder why the official software isn’t this easy. When i comes to processes such as this, isn’t it the perfect place to follow the rules of K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Stupid)? No, instead they over complicate it and make it counter-intuitive.
There are both free and paid versions of the program, but as Jon pointed out it really feels like you can stick with just the free version of it.
What say you? Should software to do tasks such as this be kept simple?