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At this of time day, installing individual synchronization tools for every accounts and devices is old school. The average user may have multiple accounts in one or two ways and the ability to sync them all in one setting can seamlessly make the unimaginable burden a breeze.
Most Mac users also have a PC at home and most of the time, they bring with them countless gadgets like a Smartphone or Nokia, a Windows Mobile, a PSP or anything mobile where they can get their hands on to check their account, schedule, contacts, play around, and get their files among many other things and if you’re on the same situation, wouldn’t you want something that would allow you to sync all your devices and accounts all in one place?
That’s what SyncMate does best. SyncMate allows you to synchronize all your office Mac files and data to your home computer, mobile device, PSP, thumb drives, Google account and your online backup data.
SyncMate comes with a free and paid version. The SyncMate Free Edition allows you to sync your Mac’s Address Book and iCal entries alongside their analogues in supported devices with the ability to back up files to your Online Storage Account. It also supports Google Contacts and Calendar synchronization.
On the other hand, SyncMate Expert Edition provides users with a full access capabilities to synchronization features such as synching iTunes and Video, iPhoto, Safari and Firefox browser bookmarks, Entourage and mails, notes, To Do lists including separate folders between your Mac and supported devices or accounts plus SMS read, write, send and delete functionality plus .cab file installation to a Windows Mobile device right on your Mac computer.
You can view all sync options for each supported device by visiting this link.
Maс versions from 10.4-10.6 can sync files or data via Wi-Fi, USB, Bluetooth, Ethernet or Internet and works well with Windows Mobile 5, 6, 6.1, 6.5 and Nokia S40phones.
SyncMate is an all-in-one sync solution software that will take away all the headaches of installing multiple sync tools just to achieve a totally synchronized way of living with a Mac.
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