Tanner Research on Thursday announced the release of
ClearSync 2, a software service that enables groups of users to create, edit and share multiple calendars and contact lists between Macs, PCs and Linux computers. It’s available in basic form for free; additional packages are available for $19.95 or $59.95 per year.
Available as a software as a service-style package, ClearSync works in conjunction with a Web browser such as Apple’s Safari software. You can create and edit multiple calendars, shared or private, share your contact info with others, and at certain levels of use, synchronize content between multiple devices. PC users also gain the ability to synchronize to a Palm OS-based device. It also supports calendar importing from Apple’s iCal software.
The new 2.0 version adds automatic synchronization and, for the first time, support for Macs and Linux-based computers.