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Media Go: Manage and Enjoy Media Files on Sony

--Saturday, August 2, 2014
Sony designs a great variety of digital devices, for example, high-resolution audio products, Xperia tablets, PlayStation Portable, Xperia smartphones, walkman, etc. Most people may own two or more Sony products. If you do, have you ever think about whether you could exchange the media files in between the two devices? Or the number of media content stored in the smartphone or PSP gets large and make its memory full, how would you organize and deal with the media data?

Developed by Sony Network Entertainment, Media Go is a free multimedia management application which helps you manage, play, transfer and sync the media files like photos, music, podcasts, games, videos on your Sony devices. You can also purchase movies, TV shows, PSP games and comics from PlayStation Store. Let's see what Media Go can do for us.

Main Features on Sony Media Go

1 Transfer Media Content from Sony to Computer
Media Go supports you to import videos, photos, music and other content from computer to various Sony devices, including Xperia smartphones and tablets, PSP, walkman, audio products as well as mobile phones from other brands. You can also transfer and back up media files from Sony handsets to computer so as to release the internal storage of the device and safely keep the important media data at the same time.

Transfer Media Files to Computer

2 Enhance Photos and Share to Others
No matter pictures loaded from mobile devices or computer, you can organize them into different albums by categories. With the useful editor tools, you can rotate a picture to an angle you want, crop the image for the most satisfying section, apply red eye reduction to the photo and adjust its color. To enjoy the pictures, you can play all that in the photo library in slideshow. Moreover, it also allows you to easily share pictures to friends or families via email.

Edit Pictures with Media Go

3 Play and Customize Songs and Videos
Apart from working as a player, Media Go is also extractor and editor. It enables you to extract audio files from CD remaining high quality. Add LRC files to the songs so that lyrics will go with the corresponding songs' playback on your Sony devices. The built-in editing tool also helps you trim the music and videos for the parts you want and remove the rests. You can also merge and combine several audio and visual files into a complete one.

Play Music and Videos with Media Go

4 Purchase Media Files from Store
If you want to download or buy some movies or TV shows, PSP games or comics, Media Go will get you to the PlayStation Store in the browser in one-click. When you in the store website, you should sign in your account at first. Search the content you want and directly download or purchase them. All the downloaded or bought videos or games will display under the "Store" panel in Media Go interface. Connect your device to the computer, you can easily transfer and save them to your plug-in Sony device.

Purchase Media Files from PlayStation Store

5 Sync Media Data between Sony Devices
Similar to iTunes, Media Go allows you to sync different kinds of Sony devices, for instance, PSP, Xperia smartphones, tablets, walkman with the media files in one library. Once you verify the connection requirement between devices to Media Go, when there is updates of podcasts, playlists, videos, pictures, all the new added media files in the application will automatically synchronize with the Sony devices connected to wireless network.
Sync Media Files between Sony Devices
Namely, Media Go makes it convenient to transfer and manage media files on Sony portable handsets. However, if you are digging around for an application that can transfer and organize media files and other data like contacts, apps, messages, call logs, calendars on you Sony devices, we sincerely suggest you to try Phone Transfer.


Ivy Bruce

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