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Missing Sync for Android 1.1 leaves beta

updated 12:40 pm EST, Thu December 24, 2009

Adds support for Droid, other Android 2.0 phones

In the wake of a brief beta period, Mark/Space has posted the finished v1.1 release of Missing Sync for Android. The app is used to sync content from a Mac or Windows system with phones based on Google's Android platform. Owners can sync music, photos and video, as well as contacts, documents and ringtones.

The central feature of the v1.1 update is support for the Motorola Droid, as well as other devices based on the Android 2.0 firmware. Also new is the ability to save call histories to a computer, which can be viewed using Call Log. Missing Sync is $40 new; the update should be a free download for existing customers.

by MacNN Staff



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