updated 06:25 pm EST, Wed February 27, 2008
Spanning Sync 1.2 update
Spanning Sync 1.2 – an app designed to sync Google Calendars with iCal – was unveiled today, offering several performance enhancements, bug fixes, and feature introductions. The developer says that the new version synchronizes up to five times faster than before, due to extensive optimizations of both client- and server-side engines. Spanning Sync is currently selling for new users at $25 for a one-year license, while an optional one-time purchase fee of $65 is also available.
Spanning Sync no longer displays server-based calendars in the preference pane, since Apple does not allow that service to synchronize. Several issues were fixed related to deleting singular and recurring calendar events, and some redundancies were removed from the application