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Missing Sync for Palm updated, SyncTogether beta soon

updated 12:30 pm EST, Sat December 22, 2007

Missing Sync for Leopard

Mark/Space released an update to The Missing Sync for Palm OS 6.0.2, adding Mac OS X Leopard compatibility and a few additional compatibility elements, while the company assures SyncTogether customers that they will have a working version for Leopard users soon. The Missing Sync for Palm OS is now functioning properly on Apple's new operating system, and it now works with Palm's Centro to provide two-way synchronization of data. The contact and calendar syncing has also been revamped. New users can obtain The Missing Sync for Palm OS for $40 as a download, or $50 for a CD-ROM version.

SyncTogether, Mark/Space's app for syncing information across multiple Macs, will begin a public beta testing stage for its upcoming Leopard update on or before January 31st, 2008. New SyncTogether customers can download the app directly from Mack/Space for $50.

by MacNN Staff



  1. umijin

    Joined: Dec 1969


    SyncTogether never worked

    Maybe MarkSpace should consider beta testing SyncTogether for TIGER first as it fails to work for many customers, including myself, in its current iteration.

  1. Clive

    Joined: Dec 1969



    What does this do that iSync doesn't? My address book and iCal are updated from my Treo phone entries, and vice-versa.

  1. coldfusion1970

    Joined: Dec 1969


    re: what?

    What this does is sync device that iSync wont. My Palm Zire 31 wont sync with iSync unless i use iSync in conjunction with the Palm Desktop software (which is now 5 years old). Even then Palm Desktop/iSync dont have very good support for syncing things like pictures and MP3's to and from Palm devices.

    This software is fantastic, i tried the demo which worked fine under Leopard and purchased 6.02 as soon as it was available.

  1. webraider

    Joined: Dec 1969



    "what does this do that iSync doesn't?" Actually Work in Leopard so that Address Book AND Calendar App actually do sync with a Treo! Currently Palm Desktop's plug-in for iSync DOESN'T work which means if you want to use Address book, or iCal.. you are out of luck. You can still use Palm Desktop or Entourage but that's it. Missing Sync actually transfers your categories to your phone book as well and your contact pictures are transferred. does iSync do that? Missing Sync actually transfers your birthday field entries from your palm to your address book.. Does iSync do that? Shall I go on?

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