The Google Nexus One is based on the Android OS, which was designed to let users synchronize their data with online services. However, some prefer to sync with their desktop computer. This group can turn to Mark/Space's app for syncing PCs and Macs, which supports this brand-new model.
The Android OS version of "The Missing Sync" was released this fall, and is still a beta. At this point, it offers syncing address book information over Wi-Fi with Microsoft Outlook, Entourage, and the Mac OS X Address Book. It can also transfer music, ringtones, photos, files, and videos with a USB cable.
A version with support for synchronizing calendars, tasks, and notes is in development.
The Missing Sync for Android beta is available now on Mark/Space's website for $39.95.
In addition to the Google Nexus One, it also supports the Motorola Droid, HTC Hero, Motorola Cliq, and the T-Mobile myTouch 3G and G1.
There are also versions of The Missing Sync for iPhone, webOS, Windows Mobile, Symbian, and BlackBerry.
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