PocketMac for PSP debuts

Right on the heels of Sony's North American release of its PlayStation Portable (PSP) handheld game console, Information Appliance Associates has released PocketMac for PSP. The software enables users to synchronize music, photos and contact information between their Mac and PSP.
Source: MacCentral

Now we have iPSP, PSPWare, and PocketMac for PSP, all trading punches for Mac PSP owners. iPSP is down right unusable. PSPWare is a simple and elegant application - and works, unlike iPSP. Now PocketMac for PSP will convert your contacts into JPEG images for display on your PSP. I must investigate...

There is no demo. Forget that. It also looks as if there is no backup utility in this app. I am sticking with PSPWare.

Comments (2)


PSPWare is hands down the best psp app!

I would have to agree with you. I have been meaning to do a head to head with PSPWare, iPSP and PocketMac for PSP. I have now used all three applications, and PSPWare wins by default. Its a great application, sure, but PSPWare works, period. iPSP and PocketMac for PSP do not work, are buggy, and have incomplete functions needed in an app that syncs your PSP data to your Mac.

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