Setup your new Android phone in minutes instead of hours.
Los Gatos, CA (PRWEB) November 21, 2011
Mark/Space, Inc., the leading developer of phone and tablet synchronization solutions for PC and Mac, today announced the availability of the new Welcome Home to Android application for customers who are new to the Android platform. Welcome Home is a comprehensive one-time set-up tool, offering customers who are transitioning from a BlackBerry or iPhone, a fast, easy and complete way to set-up a new Android phone with their info and media.
“Switching to a new phone should be painless,” said Brian Scott Toney, Mark/Space Director of Sales and Business Development. “Android has skyrocketed to be the number one OS, so we created a tool that gets customers who are new to Android loaded up in minutes instead of hours. We capture their workout playlist, vacation photos from their old phone, video they shot of their friends, even info and media from their computer.”
The Welcome Home to Android application gathers media and personal information from an old phone and from a PC or Mac computer, then moves it to a new Android phone. It encompasses:
Media and More
* Music and iTunes playlists
* Photos and photo albums
* Videos (MP4, MOV, AVI)
“Many people considering a switch to Android this holiday are worried about losing data,” said Brian Scott Toney, Mark/Space Director of Sales and Business Development. “Welcome Home includes how-to videos that walk customers through setup to ensure they get all the info they want, whether it’s on their old phone or their computer.”
Mark/Space is offering the Welcome Home application to customers transitioning from a BlackBerry or iPhone. The desktop application runs on Windows PC or Mac computers, and the mobile app works on Android phones running Android OS 2.1 or higher. The Welcome Home app includes English, French, German, Italian and Spanish, and is available now for US$9.95 at http://www.markspace.com/welcome-home.
About Mark/Space Inc.
Founded in 1990, the Los Gatos, California-based company Mark/Space, Inc., http://www.markspace.com, develops and markets award-winning mobile, desktop and cloud-based synchronization software, including Fliq, GoGadget and The Missing Sync family of products that synchronize Windows and Mac computers with mobile devices, smartphones, readers and tablets from Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble, HP, HTC, LG, Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia, Palm, RIM, Samsung, Sony, Sony Ericsson and others.
GoGadget is a trademark of Mark/Space, Inc. Mac and iTunes are trademarks of Apple, Inc. Windows is a trademark of Microsoft, Inc. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.