updated 03:15 pm EDT, Mon September 22, 2008
Fruux moves to public beta
A new option for syncing data across several Macs has recently moved into public beta. Fruux currently synchronizes Address Book files across each computer a user owns, but the app's developers hope that the next release will add iCal support. By the time the software finishes its beta stages, support for syncing bookmarks as well as system preferences is anticipated.
An iPhone application is also in the works, which should allow syncing to work seamlessly with the device. The developers are finally working on a social aspect which would allow syncing with other people, thereby enabling users to stay in contact with friends, family and business partners even if contact information changes.
Users can beta test the Fruux application by downloading the software from Fruux's website.