Missing Sync for BlackBerry Public Preview Released

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Date: Wednesday, February 28th, 2007, 08:39
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Mark/Space, makers of the “Missing Sync” series of utilities that allows Macs to communicate with a slew of PDAs and other devices, has released a public preview of its upcoming Missing Sync for BlackBerry software.
Like the other titles in the Missing Sync software family, Missing Sync for Blackberry allows the user to synchronize contacts, calendars, dates and notes. Additionally, BlackBerry Peal and BlackBerry 8800 owners will be able to use the preview to synch iPhoto albums and iTunes playlists provided the tracks being transfered aren’t protected by DRM code.
The final version of the Missing Sync for BlackBerry is estimated for the end of the first quarter of 2007. The software is a 9.1 megabyte download and requires Mac OS X 10.4.8 and a BlackBerry running version 4.0 or later of its operating system to run. Keep in mind that the software is still in beta and the download process invites the user to look over a list of known bugs, so some caution might be advised before installing this on your Mac.
If you have any experiences with the public preview, positive or negative, let us know.


blackberry.jpg
Mark/Space, makers of the “Missing Sync” series of utilities that allows Macs to communicate with a slew of PDAs and other devices, has released a public preview of its upcoming Missing Sync for BlackBerry software.
Like the other titles in the Missing Sync software family, Missing Sync for Blackberry allows the user to synchronize contacts, calendars, dates and notes. Additionally, BlackBerry Peal and BlackBerry 8800 owners will be able to use the preview to synch iPhoto albums and iTunes playlists provided the tracks being transfered aren’t protected by DRM code.
The final version of the Missing Sync for BlackBerry is estimated for the end of the first quarter of 2007. The software is a 9.1 megabyte download and requires Mac OS X 10.4.8 and a BlackBerry running version 4.0 or later of its operating system to run. Keep in mind that the software is still in beta and the download process invites the user to look over a list of known bugs, so some caution might be advised before installing this on your Mac.
If you have any experiences with the public preview, positive or negative, let us know.

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