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iSync plugins add mobile phone support

updated 09:15 am EDT, Fri April 7, 2006

nova media phone plugins

nova media today introduced nova media phone plugins 2.2 featuring both iSync 2.2 and improved Nokia communicator support. The plugins add support for more than 20 mobile phones from Motorola, Nokia, Siemens and Sony Ericsson, allowing smoothless synchronization of calendar and contact data with a Mac OS X computer running iSync 2.2. Nova media phone plugins 2.2 deliver improved support for Nokia Communicators. Until now, iSync users had to install a special software called "Agent" on their Nokia Communicators following a complicated installation procedure. The nova media phone plugins now use SyncML to achieve the same goal without the need to install any software on the Nokia Communicator itself. The nova media phone plugins are available for download for 10.

"Many so called iSync hacks render iSnyc useless after Apple has released iSync 2.2. And many users have to reinstall their Mac OS X system", states Jan Fuellemann, PR spokesperson at nova media. "nova media phone plugins for iSync 2.2 do not touch the iSync application itself, placing new mobile phone definitions in the appropriate folder in the Mac OS X system instead. Thus the nova media phone plugins for iSync 2.2 is a clean way of expanding the capabilites of Apple's iSync software."




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