If you read many reviews of the Kin One and Two, you may have noticed that the one feature that was universally praised was the syncing software, Kin Studio.
Today, I understand why that is.
The folks over at Pocket Now have uploaded a video run-through of the main features of the Silverlight-based web app, and, I gotta say, it’s pretty neat.
Up until this point I’d never really considered the benefits of the Sidekick’s/Hiptop’s tendency to store everything in the cloud (I’d only ever really considered it as a form of backup, and look how that turned out…), but having your entire phone’s contents delivered to any PC you sit in front of — for the first time — actually seems a good idea.
The software is web-based, and allows you to login to an Silverlight equipped PC to view, download, or share your photos and videos, read your text/MMS messages, and manage your contacts and RSS feeds. The coolest thing, though, is the presentation of it all: nice. Like, really nice.
But enough from me, take a look for yourself, and gain an appreciation for the Kin Experience.