I'm not sure about you, but I have loads of audio and video files lurking on my phone but they're in a bit of a jumbled mess. As a result, it can sometimes be difficult to find something I want to watch or listen to. Media Map is designed to change all that, providing you with an innovative way of accessing multimedia files, by displaying a graphical list of all the contents stored in your memory.
The software is based around a system of searches with predefined fields and keywords, meaning that to locate a file you only need select a field or a keyword. For instance, if you want to find all the podcasts stored on your handset you only need to select 'General', then 'Podcast' as a keyword. Media Map will then automatically display all of these files on screen.
The program, which supports all memory cards, lets you assign new keywords in each default section and allows you to create playlists based on search results. There's even a function for hooking up to a media server via Wi-Fi, if you have the right capabilities.
With a tag cloud-style interface, Media Map represents a quick way of accessing media files in an innovative user environment.