Synchronize a Symbian Smartphone with Mac OS X Thanks to Missing Sync

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Synchronizing mobile devices with Mac OS X systems is still a sore point for many devices out of the box, and Mark/Space has filled in the blanks with its Missing Sync software. Now available for Symbian devices, this application adds yet another bridge to those looking to utilize mobile devices with OS X.

Missing Sync for Symbian features:

  • The ability to wirelessly synchronize contacts, calendars and tasks
  • Synchronize music, videos, photos and files with iTunes, iPhoto
  • Archive text messages and call history
  • And a feature called Proximity Sync which uses Bluetooth to sync data automatically when your Mac and phone are close to each other

The Missing Sync for Symbian is compatible with most Nokia mobile phones running Symbian S60 (3rd Edition or later) and Sony Ericsson and Motorola mobile phones running Symbian UIQ 3.0 or later.

For more information or to purchase ($39.95) visit the Missing Sync website.




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