For those who use Mac OS, Nokia has released Nokia Photo Transfer for Mac. This enables you to connect your Nokia Windows Phone to the computer and transfer photos and video between the two devices - perfect for all Lumia hardware. It's a rather basic app that focuses on media alone, excluding music.
The real advantage of Nokia Photo Transfer for Mac is that the app also supports SmartShoot, Cinemagraph, Nokia Smart Camera and Nokia Pro Camera, as well as built-in functionality. Compatible file types include: .jpg, .npo, .nar, and .mp4. Head on over to the Nokia website for the .dmg file download.
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