New Software Brings Mac Sync to BlackBerry
Aug 19, 2004, 9:16 AM by (staff)
Information Appliance Associates today announced the release of PocketMac Blackberry Edition, the first tool to sync Mac users' data with RIM BlackBerry handhelds. The software integrates with Apple PIM software, such as iCal, Stickies, and Address Book, as well as popular third-party software such as Entourage, Now Up-To-date, and Now Contact. The software integrates with iSync, providing full 2-way sync with BlackBerrys ranging from the older 957 to the newest models. PocketMac BlackBerry Edition retails for $29.95
from Information Appliance Associates
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Oh well i suppose they'll always be good for art....