Missing Sync updated for OS X Leopard

AppleFor any Macophiles out there, we’ve received word from Ronen that the Mac/BlackBerry syncing program, Missing Sync, has had an update recently to accommodate the new OS X Leopard. Missing Sync showed up on the radar back in February, and has no doubt seen some popularity with the attention-starved Apple crowd. If you happen to be one of those poor souls, the new software runs for $39.95.

Comments [9 Responses]

Mike Orren
November 1st, 2007 at 10:27 am

Eh- Actually they WILL have an update, but they haven’t had a substantial one yet. In fact, they’re still advising that you NOT use Missing Sync, even with the recent patchup, until the next release — which they don’t have a date for.

It’s almost enough to make me buy an Iphone.

David McDonald
November 1st, 2007 at 4:02 pm

“Attention-starved Apple crowd” heh, very funny, but sadly true, description of the mobile landscape for us Mac users. One of the main reasons I like my iPhone - pure Apple.
Bizarrely, Markspace are bringing out Missing Sync for iPhone - good luck selling that one.

The new Blackberry devices look pretty good though, if I ever feel the need to sacrifice the great user-experience of my iPhone then the Curve range may be where I would go.

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JO
February 20th, 2008 at 7:39 pm

Missing Sync DOES NOT WORK with Leopard, I’ve been trying to get it to do so for over a month now - a rip off!!!

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