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Mark/Space releases Missing Sync for iPhone

Mark/Space has officially released its The Missing Sync for iPhone software. The Missing Sync offers users data migration of contacts, tasks, events, and photos from Palm OS, Windows Mobile, and BlackBerry smartphones, as well as the ability to archive, browse, and search iPhone call logs, SMS text messages, and notes. Brian Hall, Mark/Space president and CEO, said, “Prospective iPhone customers want to know that they can take their existing smartphone data with them, and Missing Sync for iPhone is designed to meet that need. Existing and prospective iPhone customers alike will benefit from enhanced access to their Call Log, SMS text messages and Notes.” The Missing Sync for iPhone requires Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later and sells for $40; a crossgrade from qualifying Mark/Space products costs $25.

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hm. $40 dollars for a very limited feature set. also, having had multiple problems with the reliability of their other products in the past (check out their forums, i am not alone) when i had a blackberry, i would think twice before handing this company any money.

Posted by mike hanson on January 3, 2008 at 8:34 PM (CST)


If it works as well on the iPhone as it does for Palm devices, then run far, far away! The Missing Sync repeatedly corrupted my iCal and Address Book data, on 2 different Macs, 2 different OS X versions, and 2 different Palm PDAs.

Posted by The Doctor on January 4, 2008 at 9:46 AM (CST)

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