Similar to what Winamp can do for syncing your local tunage to your Android device, Miro 4 has launched, and is on a mission to take over your computers ability to sync music and video to your Android devices. Just looking at the interface is almost enough for me to want to use it over Winamp, I mean, just look at it. It looks super sexy! It’s got the iTunes look and feel, yet it’s an open source project, which many of us love to support as much as we can.
Now to the functionality…Miro has done a great job putting together some 30 second videos to brainwash convince you to at least try Miro 4 with Android, some of which the features are as follows;
- Works with your current music library
- Converts and syncs to Android
- Buy Music and Apps inside Miro
- Download and play almost any video
- Convert any video
- Share Your Media on your Network
- Open-source – don’t lock yourself in!
- Ultra-fast torrent downloading
- Miro is a simple, beautiful, unified way to download, organize, and watch videos and listen to music. And it’s totally free
Miro 4 is available for PC, Mac, and Linux. It’s Free, and if other partners start helping this project along (Google, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, etc.) it may actually take off. That said, it sort of conflicts with what they are already trying to do with cloud storage and sales.