Nero, creator of liquid media technology, has announced the availability of a Premium upgrade to the recently announced Motorola Media Link product.
This new software is designed to give Motorola users the ability to manage, share and extend their smartphone content between the PC, the Web and other devices within their digital lives. Built on Nero MobileSync platform, Motorola Media Link debuts on the recently announced Motorola DEXT and CLIQ Android-based smartphones. From Nero’s Website, users can upgrade to a Premium offering for a comprehensive multimedia experience.
“Motorola has an unceasing commitment to advancing the way the world connects,” said Sue Forbes, VP of Cloud Services, Mobile Devices, Motorola.
“In evaluating solutions for the seamless movement and enjoyment of media content between our mobile handsets, the desktop and the Web, we sought a technology alliance that meshed with this commitment to connectivity. Nero’s vision for Liquid Media supports the creation and distribution of content anytime, anywhere and on any device, and their Nero MobileSync platform allows us to provide a unique, customized desktop experience to our consumers worldwide.”
In addition, the Premium version of Motorola Media Link provides easy video conversion through automatic transcoding; utilizing commercial codecs and features such as video playback and editing.
Enabling the enjoyment of a full range of multimedia features for smartphones, the Premium version allows access to a spectrum of Web-based content via the PC, all through an easy and intuitive user interface when the phone is connected to the PC. Users of the new Motorola smartphones can take advantage of an easy gateway to their favorite music, photos, videos, and phone applications, providing cost-effective transfer of content between the phone, the PC, and the Web.
“For more than a decade, Nero has provided PC-based solutions to address the digital content needs of consumers worldwide,” said Udo Eberlein, CEO, Nero. “Our Nero MobileSync platform and ensuing offerings, such as MOTOROLA MEDIA LINK, are built with the understanding that consumers do not want to limit their content to a single device. Seamless transfer and sharing of content, and bridging of the divide between the mobile phone, the PC and the Web are critical to ongoing success in the market.”