Mark/Space updates Missing Sync for Android devices

May 8, 2012

Mark/Space says the new version includes better video, support for more tablets, a dynamic podcast plug-in, and various fixes and enhancements. The company is also offering two free extra licenses to Missing Sync for Android 2.0 for each new license ($39.95) purchased. 

Missing Sync, available for download at the company's website, is designed to let Android phone and tablet users sync information, files and media with their PCs or Macs via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and USB. This includes automatically syncing contacts, calendars, notes, tasks, music, video and photos automatically across devices and computers.

The company says it's also "dramatically enhanced" its proprietary automatic wireless "Proximity Sync" that it says gives the product a competitive edge. Mark/Space says it's the only Android sync software that automatically and wirelessly synchronizes with both PCs and Macs whenever the Android user's phone or tablet is within proximity (usually within 30 feet) of their computer. The automatic syncing can be customized based on what sync time intervals are set by the user.

Other features you might expect from a syncing program include the ability to create ringtones from a music collection, convert home movies to watch on an Android device, transfer Internet Explorer and Safari bookmarks from a PC or Mac, export text messages and phone call logs to a PC or Mac for viewing, searching, sorting and storing.

The Missing Sync Business Edition ($89.95) includes 1-year software upgrade and Priority Email & Live VIP Chat subscriptions as well as the same additional two licenses.


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