From Nullriver Software:
PSPWare integrates your Sony PSP with your Mac, 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!
What's new in this version:
- Fixed bug introduced in 2.0.0 that made converted VOB files have no audio.
- Various stability improvements for Movies section.
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