1. Codemeup's Avatar
    Hi guys! Have you ever wondered what you’re missing most about Windows Phone 8? Yup – the answer is wireless syncing. Probably most of us are fed up with wires and Microsoft didn’t make it easier in its new mobile platform, getting rid of what we all love about mobility – no strings attached. Luckily there are some people who care for those who love wireless syncing. Codeceptive Studios has come up with a simple yet extremely effective way to get all tunes directly onto the Windows Phone 8 without need for cables. Music Drop, which is a tool we are talking about, is an app that enables wireless transfer of music files from a PC to a mobile phone via a web browser. Read more about the app on this website. If you have any suggestions or doubts please contact Codeceptive team on info@codeceptive.com as your opinions will determine new functionalities in the new versions of Music Drop

    03-01-2014 05:52 AM
  2. Jaskys's Avatar
    Does it place your music in SD card?
    03-01-2014 05:59 AM
  3. Codemeup's Avatar
    It depends on settings predefined in your phone. Whatever you chose Music Drop will store files there ;-)
    03-01-2014 06:13 AM
  4. nx_2000's Avatar
    Pretty handy if you don't have a USB cable, but coming from an iPhone... it's been quite refreshing to just plug in the phone and drag files over without iTunes or some other BS software package.
    03-01-2014 04:23 PM

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