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SYNCHRONIZATION: Laplink announces PDAsync 4 for Mobile Device
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 22.06.07 - 10:40:23 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 12265x
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No question, ActiveSync and/or Windows Mobile Device Center is and was a love/hate relationship for most Windows Mobile users and if you still have problems with either the one or the other, Laplink's latest PDAsync version might be an interesting alternative.
Just released by the grandfather of all sync-software, Laplink PDAsync 4 provides you with simple, high-speed, one-click synchronization between your mobile devices and popular applications on your computer for all your corporate and individual needs. This fast, flexible and easy-to-use software supports all major devices, including Windows Mobile 5.0 and 6 PDAs and smartphones and applications, including Outlook, Lotus Notes, ACT! and Novell GroupWise.

PDAsync is compatible with Palm OS, Pocket PC, Windows Mobile powered Smartphones and a number of leading PDA makers including Sony Ericsson, T-Mobile and Samsung. After the initial synchronization, PDAsync saves you time by only syncing the changes you have made instead of syncing all the data again.

Multiple devices can be associated with multiple applications via profiles. Not only does PDAsync sync your E-Mail, but it keeps track of the read/unread status of all your messages, so you don't have to.

Now the bad news. Unlike ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center (which you still need anyway as underlying connection method), Laplink PDAsync 4 costs US$ 49.95 but this might be a worth investment if you use other applications than Outlook or ActiveSync/Windows Mobile Device Center has driven you crazy already. In any case, a free trial version is available too.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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