iTunes is a proprietary digital media player application, used for playing and organizing digital music and video files. The application is also an interface to manage the contents on Apple’s iPod and iPhone lines, as well as the iPad.
Nokia Suite (formerly Nokia Ovi Suite) allows you to easily access, back up and synchronize the contents of your Nokia device on your computer. Transfer content between your Nokia device and PC, share photos with friends and keep important files up to date. Manage contacts, browse photos, share with friends and keep your life in sync, all through Nokia Suite.
Samsung Kies connects your PC to your phone, making it easier for you to synchronise data and find new apps. Using Samsung Kies, you can view apps in full screen on your PC , no matter what network you’re on. You can personalise services too, simply by becoming a Samsung Apps member or registering your mobile phone.
PC Companion is a computer application that acts as a portal to Sony Xperia and operator features and applications, such as phone software updates, management of contacts and calendar, media management with Media Go, and a backup and restore feature for your phone content (availability of applications depends on your phone and operator). Over time, more applications can be added and downloaded when made available by Sony Xperia or your operator.
HTC Sync will offer you the possibility to easily synchronize between your Outlook and your HTC device, also allowing you to sync your contact pictures as well as their contact information.
Syncing now also syncs your HTC Phone’s time with your PC’s time and vice versa, providing the most accurate time for you, wherever, or whenever, you are.
Nokia PC Suite is a package of Windows-based PC applications developed especially for use with Nokia phones. Depending on your phone model, Nokia PC Suite lets you edit, synchronize and back up many of your phone’s files on a compatible PC through a cable or wireless connection.
There are a few pretty great backup apps for Android, but our favorite has to be Titanium Backup. It requires a rooted phone, but you can backup and restore apps from Dropbox, run automatic batch backups, and even uninstall crapware.