few months ago, Ed Hardy of Brighthand.com, wrote an editorial asking for a
simple application that could keep his folder on his computer automatically
synchronized with a folder on a memory card in his handheld or Smartphone.
A developer read this and went out and wrote one for Windows Mobile. It's called
ACiD Sync and even though it's still a beta it works really well.
ACiD Sync is a file synchronization utility designed to work with Windows Mobile
based devices. These devices include Windows Mobile Pocket PC's, Smartphones and
some Treo mobile phones as well as the new Motorola Q series.
ACiD Sync enables the ability to synchronize files stored in a "My ACiD Sync"
folder on the Desktop PC with a corresponding "My ACiD Sync" folder on an
external memory card of a Smart Device, a capability sorely lacking with
Microsoft's own ActiveSync desktop synchronization utility. These files can be
of any type and any size ACiD Sync can do 'em all.
As said earlier, ACiD Sync
is available as a free Beta now. The later commercial version is expected to
sell for US$ 15.00 to US$ 20.00 but if you register now, you will get the Lite
Edition later for US$ 9.95.
Cheers ~ Arne