There are many complaints out there leveled against Samsung’s Kies software, such as it being buggy, resource hungry and also not being user friendly. Samsung is obviously aware of this issue as the company is looking to solve these issues with the next Kies version – Kies 2. The beta for this updated software is already up for download and promises an all new user interface, faster sync, firmware upgrades and also includes a music store that will allow users to purchase music, not to mention support for importing iTunes or Windows Media Player playlists. The beta doesn’t support many devices out there, but Samsung should be expanding the list of supported devices in the final version.
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