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Sync'Em v1.0 released with Google contact support

updated 11:10 am EDT, Wed October 8, 2008

Sync'Em v1.0 released

New software for syncing Exchange, Google and Apple contact and calendar information is said to have reached the end of beta testing. The completed release of Sync'Em has received support for syncing Google contacts, beyond those found in Exchange and/or Address Book. Support for syncing Google and iCal calendar events is still in development, but the developers say they hope to have this added by mid-November.

Sync'Em is available in four main versions: Sync'Em ($40), Sync'Em Pro ($55), Sync'Em Contacts ($15) and Sync'Em Contacts Plus ($25). Pro syncs up to 30 sources each in contacts, events, tasks and notes categories, versus the regular edition's six, while Contacts Plus handles six sources versus Contacts' three.

by MacNN Staff



  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969



    the configuration instructions are incredibly complex, and the error messages are completely unintelligible. don't waste your time.

  1. ZinkDifferent

    Joined: Dec 1969


    The link...

    ...within the article for Sync'Em is blank/empty.

    Usual MacNN levels of quality, I guess.

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Actually it's very useful

    I'd say the config instructions are detailed -- but anybody who can use a computer should be able to follow them.

    The nice thing is that, once you see a config working, the UI not only makes perfect sense but also gives some insight into how flexible and capable it is and will become as they add more of the things that are on their roadmap. With more capability always comes some increased complexity. I want the capability.

    I've been using Sync'Em since the first beta and it works just great. I sync Exchange and (now) Google contacts together with my Address Book's contacts. My experience has been that it "just works."

    For the other comment about the missing link, it's (hopefully this link won't get clobbered by the posting engine). I agree that MacNN tends to have a larger number of errors than most sites I frequent -- but they still have one of the most comprehensive and consumable news formats for Mac-related things.

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