Missing Sync for Pocket PC supports iCal, Address Book

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Mark/Space Inc. is preparing Missing Sync for Pocket PC, which will enable users of Pocket PC-based handheld devices to synchronize and exchange content with iCal, Address Book iTunes and iPhoto. The software is planned for an "Early Adopter" release to coincide with July's Macworld CreativePro Conference & Expo.

Missing Sync for PocketPC will synchronize with calendar items, to do items and contacts via iSync conduits. From within iTunes, the Pocket PC-based handheld and its memory cards will show up as an MP3 player, allowing users to add and remove audio files. Missing Sync will allow iPhoto users to export and resize photos for optimal viewing on a Pocket PC-based handheld.

The solution will also allow users to mount their Pocket PC internal memory and expansion card as a volume on the Mac desktop, to then transfer, delete or install files. CAB files can be dragged and dropped to install them on the Pocket PC. You'll also be able to share your Mac's Internet connection with the Pocket PC.

Missing Sync for Pocket PC will require Jaguar or higher and a compatible Pocket PC handheld running Pocket PC 2002 or later, connected via a USB cable or cradle.

The developer is asking users of Pocket PC handhelds to participate in an online survey "to help support as many different Pocket PC handheld models as possible."

This story, "Missing Sync for Pocket PC supports iCal, Address Book" was originally published by PCWorld.

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