Pocket Mac for PSP


PSP is getting a lot of developer attention. I have posted about some earlier, but here comes another classy piece of work. PocketMac for Playstation Portable (PSP), will automatically sync Mac users digital music, photos and contacts to their PSPs. Until this product was created, Mac users had no way to sync their music, digital photos or contacts. What’s more, the feature of contacts synchronization is unique to Mac users with PocketMac for PSP. More information is here


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PSP is definitely a great move by sony it offers so many features and integration I am proud that I own one of those.


Yep, PocketMac is the latest in a line of products to do the Mac > PSP connectivity. It doesn’t do it as smoothly as PSPware or iPSP, either. It’s USP lies in the fact that it runs via Apple’s iSync, and can make images of your Address Book or Entourage contacts which it then shoves into a folder to browse as ‘photos’ on your PSP.

Historical note: iPSP was the first app for synchronising between Mac and PSP, and it predates any Windows or Linux apps. Mac owners have been able to sync to PSP for longer than anyone else.

Jonathan Greene

There are actually 3 apps that can now sync the mac… iPSP, PSPWare and now Pocket Mac for PSP. I’m using PSPware for now…

Jonathan Greene

I found their announcement interesting and exciting though browsing contacts on my PSP is not really a priority. They somehow missed the video feature which would have made it the most feature complete.

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