Research In Motion (RIM), the company behind the BlackBerry, has just announced that their latest BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac which is in version 2.1, will now be able to support PlayBooks when it comes to media synchronization. Previously, you were able to copy files over to the PlayBook over USB or Wi-Fi from a Mac, but with this new version, you can rely on Desktop Manager directly to synchronize the entire bunch of music, photos, and videos with iTunes and iPhoto over USB.
Among the changes found in the change log include Tablet Support, where you are able to “Sync and import your media files with the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet”, in addition to general fixes and improvements to features. Can’t wait? Why not point your browser here and pick up the new version?
It weighs in at 43MB, so you might want to go off an make yourself a cuppa while waiting for the download to finish. For those who have already given it a go, how do you find BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac 2.1? Chances are, most folks who use Macs have an iPad as their tablet, so a Mac user with a BlackBerry PlayBook is going to be a rare catch.
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