Dazzboard Launches Drag and Drop Media Management for Android

Dazzboard_Android1Social media webtop tool,  Dazzboard,  has announced the release of their Android Universal Media Management (UMM) for full Android and PC integration.  Similar to other Dazzboard versions, the Android system give users the ability to push-and-pull data instantly between their device and computer.  It also allows for moving content directly from a handset onto the social media Web.

“Google’s Android technology is by far the most advanced, and takes mobile phones experience to the next level of innovation,” commented Tero Salonen, CEO Dazzboard. “However, it is crucially important for the user experience to carry through onto the PC, and our new system provides the missing link.”

Integrating content between phone and computer hasn’t been easy for Android.  There is no dominating iTunes-like client for the platform.  Aside from DoubleTwist, there hasn’t been too much to choose from.  Speaking of iTunres, Dazzboard UMM allows users to transfer your iTunes music to an Android device.

From the start, Android has faced an uphill battle for seamless integration of content between phone and computer that is available on the iPhone through iTunes. With Dazzboard Android UMM, users can transfer iTunes music to their Android device, upload content from their phone to social netoworks, download and transfer video to and from an Android phone and a PC, and much, much more. In addition to webtop access through dazzboard.com, users can opt to manage their Android through Dazzboard’s iGoogle gadget or Facebook app.

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  1. DMAGIC448
    December 15, 19:28 Reply

    Who wrote this? This is one the most incomplete articals I have read. Where do you find this application? How much is it? If its not out when is it projected to release? Tell me something! Come on Android Guys, I know you can do better than that

    • @AndyBonkoski
      December 15, 21:43 Reply

      I have to agree. Not even a list of features or if the thing actually works.

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    November 10, 09:26 Reply

    This new feature would arm the Android user with such weapons of Drag and Drop in the social media Web. It is an excellent information about Android Universal Media Management (UMM) for full Android and PC integration. Thanks.

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