At times, I can be very old school about my mobile devices. My smartphone isn’t a dedicated computing device. Its what I use when I’m away from my laptop, whether its docked or not. As such, it’s a companion device and not as mission critical as, say, for someone who only emails or surfs with it, as opposed with some other device. My iPhone is nearly always connected to my Mac unless I’m away from my desk.
iPhones have iTunes. Until recently, Windows MOBILE (not Windows Phone) devices had ActiveSync. If you have an Android device, as so many users do, you don’t have anything official from Google at this time to act as a hub for your device. This is where SnapPea comes in. Its an Android sync-hub for Windows PC’s; and it may just be the app you’ve been looking for.
SnapPea allows you to manage your Android smartphone or tablet from your PC. You can organize your contacts, music, and pictures from the comfort of your desktop. When you’re ready, you can quickly and easily transfer any file to your device.
If you’re an iTunes user and want to use your iTunes content on your Android device, you can easily import your iTunes library to your Android device, too. Now, switching to Android doesn’t mean you have to leave all of your content behind. You can take your music and videos with you.
SnapPea is a decent sync manager for Android. You can use it to download thousands of apps to your desktop, allowing you to save your data plan for when you’re out and about. The desktop app also allows you to send text messages from a full-size keyboard, making it easier to communicate with friends and loved ones.