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Missing Sync for BlackBerry close to release

Missing Sync for BlackBerry close to release

Mark/Space has released a "public preview" version of its forthcoming The Missing Sync for BlackBerry. The software makes it possible to synchronise data on your Mac with a BlackBerry smartphone.

Like other Missing Sync products for Palm and Windows Mobile devices, The Missing Sync for BlackBerry enables users to synchronise contacts, calendar info, notes and other data with a RIM BlackBerry smartphone, tethered using a USB cable. Owners of the BlackBerry Pearl model or the new 8800 series handsets can also sync iPhoto albums and iTunes playlists (of unprotected audio).

Mark/Space estimates that the release version of the Missing Sync for BlackBerry will be released at the end of the quarter. System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.4.8 and a BlackBerry handset running version 4.0 or later of the BlackBerry operating system.


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