Mac users all over the world love Mark/Space for their synchronization software, which makes keeping handhelds in sync with a Mac really really easy. So far, little is known about how the Pre syncs its data…which means that the thingy below will be interesting:
sync pre Mark/Space to launch Pre sync solution soon

As of now, no further information is available. However, everybody with half a brain can guess what Mark/Space is up to: a sync solution for the Pre…

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  5. Leopard compatibility added to The Missing Sync for Palm OS

5 Responses to “Mark/Space to launch Pre sync solution soon”

  1. “No further information”???

    Another blog with the above invitation also had a link to

  2. This is good news. I can export my contacts and put them in google contacts, or add my google calendar to ical but neither of those methods actually syncs anything together.

    Spanning sync would be the other way to go I guess.

  3. Looks like an awesome sync solution. Interesting that Palm didn’t implement more of this in the Pre: they started by making it ‘an iPod’ when in USB mode, so it syncs with iTunes, but otherwise not much to sync apparently they thought…

  4. On an off topic report the new Pre gets an update on the same day it was released. Supposedly it is more stable and has a new alarm clock program in the 67MB update that takes around 10 minutes.

    I just noticed the updated Tamspalm title includes WebOS. I also updated the Palmwiki to reflect WebOS (not to be confused with wikipedia which I also updated a little as Philpalm)

  5. Hi,
    it unfortunately doesn’t always pay to try and be the first news service to cover sth :)

    Updated – thanks for letting me know!

    All the best
    Tam Hanna

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