If you are a Mac user and Windows Phone 7 owner, then you have two choices when it comes to syncing your music and photos. You can set up a boot camp install of Windows and then utilize Zune software. There are certainly some hurdles involved in that project, but it allows you to take advantage of the Zune software and subscription service. The easier path is to use the Windows Phone 7 Connector app, which prior to today, was only available in beta. It’s not shed the beta tag and it’s even available in the shiny new Mac App Store. It’s free and allows you to sync your Windows Phone 7 or Zune HD.
Show of hands, how many Mac users in our audience?
Me too, but I just ditched this phone and it’s whack ass company that runs its OS.
I’m a Mac user.
I’m a mac user as well, and I’m rocking an HD7. I really wish MS would make the zune software for mac.