Nero, creators of liquid media technology, today announced expanded Nero Move it mobile device support and feature enhancements. These updates to Nero Move it will further the ability for consumers to quickly and easily convert music, videos, and photos across an extensive range of portable devices regardless of file format.
Available at no additional cost to current Nero Move it users, this update adds support for the new T-Mobile G1 phone, and for all new models of the popular Apple iPhone 3G, iPod touch and iPod nano. New support for the widely-used BlackBerry 8800, BlackBerry Curve and BlackBerry Pearl; as well as Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) 3000 and Sony mylo™ Personal Communicator has also been added alongside enhanced support for various other popular devices.
“With just a few clicks of the mouse, consumers can publish, sync, and enjoy their music, photos, and videos from their favorite devices such as the iPod, iPhone, BlackBerry and PSP,” said JÃ¼rgen Kurz, senior vice president, Business Line PC and Consumer Electronics, Nero AG. “Nero is committed to supporting anytime, anywhere access to content and will continue to expand the number of devices supported by Nero Move it. We believe that consumers should be able to take control of their multimedia libraries to decide how and where they want to enjoy their content – be it portability between devices or sharing through online communities such as My Nero, YouTube™, and MySpace.” Additional new features in Nero Move it include:
AVCHD file format support, as well as MOD, TOD, M2TS, MTS file format support to allow the transfer of AVCHD home video to iPod, iPhone, and other devices.
Automatic computer shutdown upon file transfer completion.
To update current Nero Move it software, or for more information on the Nero Move it updates, please visit nero.com.
Nero Move it is currently available at participating retailers worldwide at a suggested retail price of â‚¬ 49,99.