Mark/Space, makers of The Missing Sync, have announced a forthcoming update to SyncTogether to make the software compatible with Mac OS X v10.5.
SyncTogether enables Macs to share contacts, calendar info and other information between each other. The software supports Mac-to-Mac synchronization for up to three users (you can add additional users in groups of three). SyncTogether features security protocols so you can keep private information private, supports Sync Services-compatible applications including iCal and Address Book, and supports Bonjour zero-configuration networks.
After Leopard was released, Mark/Space noted that SyncTogether was not Leopard-compatible. The wording of the announcement left it open as to whether or not SyncTogether would get a fix. This announcement resolves that issue, although there’s still a question of when SyncTogether will be available for Mac OS X v10.5.
“While it is premature to project when the final update will be completed, we will start a public beta test period on or before January 31, 2008,” said Mark/Space in a statement.
The company plans to keep its customers abreast of Leopard-related issues on a special Web page.