Sony Bridge for Mac4.2.1 Build 4210
Developed by Sony, the Sony Bridge Mac OS X application is designed to help you transfer content between your Sony phone and your computer.
The Sony Bridge utility also integrates the Xperia Transfer tool that enables you to quickly move content from your old device to a Xperia phone.
User friendly management tool developed to close the gap between your Mac and your Android Sony phone
Sony Bridge automatically detects any Sony phone that is connected to your Mac computer, but you must make sure that the phone screen is unlocked firsts. Moreover, note that via the phone Settings you get to easily switch between the Media Transfer Mode, and the Mass Storage Mode.
The application enables you to transfer files to a folder or to the iPhoto or iTunes libraries, to backup the entire device, to restore from a backup, or to manage your contacts (you have the option to import contact details from multiple sources and save them to your Google account).
The best part is that Sony Bridge can be used to browse the phone media libraries: you get to to import only specific files. At the same time, you can move content to the phone drive: Sony Bridge can browse your iTunes and iPhoto libraries, but can also deal with individual folders. Thanks to its well organized design, finding your way around the Sony Bridge application is fairly intuitive.
Sony vetted solution for transferring data between your Mac and your Android phone
Sony Bridge is an easy to use tool that enables you to effortlessly move media content or contacts between your Mac and your Android Sony phone. What’s more, Sony Bridge can be used to backup the content of your entire Sony phone, and enables you to restore the backup with the same ease.
Lastly, the Xperia Transfer tool can be used to quickly transfer content between old and new Sony phones.