Mobogenie Is a Versatile and Free Android PC Manager
Article by George Norman
On 12 Jul 2013
Mobogenie provides a free, efficient, and versatile means of managing your Android smartphone by using your PC. You can transfer files from the mobile to your PC, backup your contacts, update your apps, and much more.


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The trend is for smartphones to get larger and larger. But no matter how large your Android’s screen is, it will never match your PC in terms of size, convenience, and ease of use. The simple truth of the matter is that managing your Android from your PC is a very convenient thing. You can do precisely that with the free and properly good application Mobogenie.

Mobogenie Main Features
  • Access and manage your SD Card
  • Backup your contacts, messages, apps, music, images, and videos.
  • Restore backed up data.
  • Install apps on your mobile device.
  • View and manage your contacts.
  • View and manage your text messages (SMS).
  • Send and reply to SMS from within Mobogenie on your PC.
  • View and manage all your apps: move from phone memory to SD card, update, uninstall.
  • View and manage your music, pictures, and videos
  • Mobogenie presents games, apps, ringtones, and wallpapers
  • Browse YouTube and view videos from within the app.
  • Transfer files from your Android to your PC and from your PC to your Android.
  • View how much free space you have left on your phone’s memory and on your SD card.
  • Color coding helps you see what types of files take up the most space.

As you can see from the list of features presented above, there is a lot you can do with Mobogenie on your PC. All the data stored on your Android-powered device can be easily accessed from your PC, via Mobogenie user friendly and quite good looking interface.

As mentioned above, Mobogenie is a free application. You can download it and check out a detailed review right here on FindMySoft.

For additional information on Mobogenie visit its official website.




Tags: Google, Android, Microsoft, Windows, PC, mobile, Mobogenie
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