Mark/Space (http://www.markspace.com/android), creator of desktop and
handheld synchronization software, has released The Missing Sync for
Mac and Windows systems. It’s an all-in-one desktop sync solution for
phones powered by the Android OS, such as the T-Mobile myTouch and
The Missing Sync for Android synchronizes contacts and transfer media
files between an Android phone and a computer running Mac OS X,
Windows XP or Windows Vista, says Mark/Space CEO Brian Hall. He adds
that you’ll be able to sync s automatically and wirelessly whenever
the phone is near the computer.
The Missing Sync for Android syncs with applications Mac and PC users
already know: Microsoft Outlook, Entourage, Mac OS X Address Book,
iTunes, Windows Media Player and iPhoto. Keep contacts in sync
wirelessly via Wi-Fi. Install music playlists, ringtones, photos,
documents, and videos on an Android phone fast via USB.
Android OS 2.0 phones, like the Motorola Droid from Verizon, are
supported for media syncing. Contacts support for Android 2.0 is
coming soon in a free update.
The Missing Sync also makes it easy to enjoy the rich media features
of Android powered phones, Hall says. iTunes and Windows Media Player
music playlists transfer via USB cable without a hitch using The
Missing Sync. You can transfer ringtones, photos and videos, too.
The FolderSync feature copies folders of files and documents — PDF,
Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint — from a Mac or PC to an
Android phone to store and view.
The Missing Sync for Android is available as an electronic download
from the Mark/Space online store for US$39.95. Customers who own any
version of The Missing Sync can crossgrade to The Missing Sync for
Android for $29.95.