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Missing Sync for Intel Macs due in March

updated 04:30 pm EST, Tue January 31, 2006

\'Universal\' Missing Sync

Mark/Space has announced a Universal binary version of its Missing Sync for Palm OS. Missing Sync for Palm OS provides Mac users with a synchronization manager for Palm powered handhelds and smartphones. The Missing Sync improves syncing with Address Book and iCal in Mac OS X Tiger and adds iPhoto, iTunes and document synchronization, Wi-Fi sync, intuitive conduit management, desktop mounting of memory cards and more. The new version 5.1 will run natively on all Mac platforms. Missing Sync for Palm OS v5.1 will be available as a free upgrade for owners of version 5.0 and will be released "sometime before March." New licenses will cost between $40 and $50.

by MacNN Staff



  1. siMac

    Joined: Dec 1969


    help me jeebus

    so is every application that gets updated to universal binary now or in the future going to get a headline at MacNN?

    'cause that's gonna get real tired real quick...

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