Date: Thursday, July 9th, 2009, 05:44
Software developer Mark/Space released The Missing Sync for Palm Pre 1.0, a software package that allows the Mac to sync data with Palm’s Pre smartphone on Wednesday.
Per Macworld, the software allows users to sync data such as music, ringtones, photos, contacts, calendar data and other content between the Mac and the Pre. The software works with Address Book, Entourage, iCal, iTunes, iPhoto and other familiar software.
The Missing Sync for Palm Pre 1.0’s “Proximity Sync” technology enables the two device to synchronize data over Wi-Fi, removing the need to physically tether the Pre to the Mac via a USB cable. Users can customize what data gets synced and can also convert video to be played on the Pre.
The Missing Sync for Palm Pre 1.0 requires Mac OS X 10.5.6 or later, iTunes 7.4 or later and a Palm Pre running ROM 1.0.2 or later to install and run. The software retails for US$39.95.