Mobile Media Center Beta is the cool way to enjoy the photos, songs and videos stored on your computer. Wherever you are, you can listen to your favorite tunes. Or trade photos and videos with your friends. These files are automatically compresses into a mobile file size to avoid long downloads.
It's fast. It's fun. And it's free!
Mobile Media Center lets you access media files on your computer via your smart phone. Not sure if you have a smart phone? Well if your phone connects to the Internet, can surf and play MP3 and video files - then you have a smart phone (in our opinion ;-)).
Mobile Media Center is compatible with all mobile data networks (like, amongst others, GPRS, EDGE, 3G and WIFI) and more than 100 different wireless handsets. You can use your own mobile provider.
Show off anytime and anywhere!
Enjoy your photos, videos and songs. Share with friends and family.
Never be bored again
Hate waiting around? Stream your favorite music and video files to your smart phone.
Feel good always
Feeling down? Access vacation memories, your favorite songs and cheer up!
Installing and using Mobile Media Center is completely free of charge. But keep in mind that using your smart phone or mobile handset isn't free. To avoid high bills, we recommend that you have a flat rate data calling plan with your mobile provider. See here for a list of flat fee data calling plans.
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very good app
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