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Daylite 3.5 syncs with iPhone, iPod

updated 01:20 pm EDT, Fri September 21, 2007

Daylite syncs with iPhone

Marketcircle today released Daylite 3.5, a major update to the Mac business productivity software that uses Apple's Sync Services to bring Daylite contacts, appointments, tasks, and reminders to Apple's iPhone and iPod as well as other mobile devices. Designed for the unique needs of Mac-based businesses of 1-50 people, Daylite 3.5 helps users organize at every stage of the business cycle, from identifying and qualifying opportunities to delivering projects. The update features new syncing abilities that allow users to select and sync distinct contact categories, and introduces more than 300 contextual help articles via Apple Help that aim to expose little-known Daylite features to more users. Daylite 3.5 is a free upgrade for Daylite 3.x users, and requires iSync 2.4 or later to connect to regular cellular phones. New licenses are priced at $150.



Daylite 3.5 adds support for international time zones, the ability to multi-select Daylite-enabled colleagues to set or revise appointments, and a new multi-user trash system that allows everyone in a Daylite workgroup to review or re-instate trashed items regardless of who deleted them or which method was used. The latest release also allows users to export files in a tab delimited format as well as .csv formats.




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