With the development of technology, several of media portable players emerged and have enriched our daily life greatly. We enjoy our favorite movies and music with all kinds of portable players such as iPod, iPhone, Zune, PSP, mobile phone and so on. Now, several of the most popular

iPhone- In many ways, the 3GS is a mirror image of the iPhone 3G; externally there's no difference. It's inside where all the changes have happened, with Apple issuing a beefed-up CPU, new internal compass, larger capacities for storage, and improved optics for its camera. More to the point, the release of the 3GS coincides with the launch of iPhone OS 3.0, a major jump from previous versions of the system software featuring highly sought after features like cut, copy, and paste, stereo Bluetooth, MMS, tethering, video recording, landscape keyboard options for more applications, and an iPhone version of Spotlight. It's important to remember that real-world use will be a better judge of the iPhone 3GS' endurance. The large color display, frequently switching between different applications, and heavy 3G or GPS use will drain the battery faster than just making a call. As it's difficult to develop an accurate benchmark for testing battery life while multitasking, your experience will vary widely depending on how you use your iPhone 3GS. There are quite a few things you can do to maximize battery life, but we recommend using Wi-Fi over 3G whenever possible, limiting GPS use, and dimming your display's brightness. The 3Gs is the first iPhone to show the percentage of battery charge on the Home screen.

Android HTC HD2- The HTC HD2 is one mighty Windows Mobile phone, but as we said at its launch, it really should have been running Android. That’s no mere pipe dream however, and we’re not just talking about the upcoming HTC Desire HD: if you’ve got one these epic WinMo slates already, you can now install Android 2.2 Froyo on it quickly and painlessly. Read on to find out how. We’ve seen hacked HTC HD2s running Android before, but it’s always been something
reserved for codes and phone fiddlers only. Now though a quick and easy method, as detailed on TalkAndroid, has emerged, which loads a snazzy ROM of Android 2.2 Froyo. All that’s required is an SD card with 600MB of free space, the ability to open some named folders, and a willingness to void your warranty, which could leave you with a big bill should something go away. Still, this Android 2.2. Froyo installation procedure for the HTC HD2 looks pretty painless, and should certainly breathe a new lease of life into the phone, which still boasts top of the line specs, but a stale OS that even Microsoft has washed its hands of with Windows Phone 7.

It is really wonderful that we can enjoy our movies and music with smart portable players anytime and anywhere. But you may also get confused with the problem: how to get movies and music into your favorite portable players?