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Mark/Space on Tuesday announced the release of SyncTogether 1.0.2, an update to its Mac-to-Mac synchronization utility that adds support for Mac OS X v10.5 "Leopard." It's a free update for registered users, and costs $49.95.

SyncTogether lets three or more Macintoshes synchronize information including Address Book contacts, iCal events and tasks, Safari bookmarks and data from other Sync Services-aware applications. You can sync manually or on a schedule, use Bonjour zero-configuration networking, select information to keep private, and work with IP and domain name addressing.

Shortly after Leopard was released it was noted that SyncTogether didn't operate with Apple's new version of Mac OS X. Mark/Space confirmed in late December it was working on an update to the software, but stopped short at that time of offering a specific time frame for release.

System requirements call for a G4 or better (including Intel) and Mac OS X v10.4.8 or later.

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