updated 09:45 am EDT, Fri April 7, 2006
The Missing Sync 2.5
Mark/Space today began offering a preview of The Missing Sync 2.5 for Windows Mobile to existing customers. The company claims that the pre-release alpha build is the first Mac OS X application to offer support for devices running Windows Mobile 5. The alpha release is neither feature-complete nor bug-free, and WM5 devices can connect only via Bluetooth -- performing a "slow sync." The alpha release also requires an existing license and registration code to function. Native support for Intel Macs is provided as a Universal Binary, and the final release will be available as a free upgrade for The Missing Sync for Windows Mobile 2.0 owners. The application is priced at $40, and works with various devices such as the HP rx1950, i-mate JASJAR, and Palm Treo 700w.