There’s good news for those who want to synchronize their Motorola Droid with their desktop computer: Mark/Space’s app for syncing PCs and Macs with Android OS smartphones now supports this hot-selling model.
Google Android OS has been designed to synchronize its data with online sources, but many prefer to sync locally. Mark/Space’s The Missing Sync lets them do so, including contacts, files, and much more
In Beta Form
This sync software is still a beta, and at this point 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 ion development.
The Missing Sync for Android beta is available now on Mark/Space’s website for $39.95.
In addition to the Droid, it also supports the 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.