Keep in sync PSPWare integrates your Sony PSP with your Windows PC, simply, effectively and non-intrusively! Sync your music, movies and photos and back up your game saves with ease using PSPWare.
You specify what you want synced and PSPWare takes care of the rest automatically, day-to-day, syncing optimally as you would expect, without taking up your precious time
Tunes on the go P
SPWare integrates with iTunes, simply check the playlists you want on your PSP. When you make changes to your music library, PSPWare will make the same changes on your PSP, as you would expect.
*Its a radio too Using third party software such as iPodder (a free download) together with PSPWare, you can listen to live-recorded audio streams on your PSP while you're on your way to school, work, or anywhere!
*Widescreen, baby! Take a movie, add it to PSPWare's movies section and PSPWare will automatically convert and optimize it for your PSP's screen. You can swap movies with a single click, making it super practical! PSPWare supports every common movie format* (MOV, MPG, AVI, WMV, VOB) and you can easily prepare your DVD library for watching on your PSP's gorgeous 16:9 wide aspect ratio screen!
*Hotswap those sticks! PSPWare 2.0 introduces Sync Profiles. Sync Profiles allow you to sync different content onto each of your Memory Sticks. That means you can have a movie stick (or three), a photo stick... well, you get the picture - easy as pie!
*Integration friendly You can integrate PSPWare 2.0 with existing or newly created applications through the new Dropboxes feature. Simply drop PSP-ready files into PSPWare's Dropboxes and sync the newly added content to the PSP. Both hobbyists and developers alike can leverage Dropboxes to automate content export to the PSP. You can also use Dropboxes as a means to quickly add images, music or movies downloaded from the web or from Sony's PSP Connect site.
* Microsoft Windows XP or later
* A Sony PSP
* A PSP-compatible Memory Stick
* A USB sync cable
* iTunes for iTunes syncing (free download from Apple's site)