Missing Sync updated for OS X Leopard

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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.

  • http://pegasusnews.com/ Mike Orren

    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.

  • http://pegasusnews.com Mike Orren

    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.

  • http://www.davymac.com/wordpress David McDonald

    “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.

  • http://www.davymac.com/wordpress David McDonald

    “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.

  • Roger Ally

    This is junk…I lost my data trying to sync…The program won’t connect to the Blackberry…I kept getting error messages…What ever happened to the plug and play concept? After one month, I am trading my Blackberry for an Iphone which hopefully will work with my mac.

  • Roger Ally

    This is junk…I lost my data trying to sync…The program won’t connect to the Blackberry…I kept getting error messages…What ever happened to the plug and play concept? After one month, I am trading my Blackberry for an Iphone which hopefully will work with my mac.

  • http://www.joelesler.net/ Joel Esler

    Solution? Get an iPhone.

  • http://www.joelesler.net Joel Esler

    Solution? Get an iPhone.

  • JO

    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!!!

  • JO

    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!!!

  • Larry Bickle

    I have an iPhone and it is marginally adequate for business use. Showing pictures of the kids and playing music on plane trips is “cute.” I’ve had the iPhone for ~ 5 moths now, but I really, really miss a true businessman’s handheld like the Blackberry. I’ve been trying to sync Blackberrys and MACs for 3+ years…different generations of hardware and software. It just never works exactly right. It only takes one missed appointment to spook me for a long time. If you can’t trust your calendar life is tough. I’ve had TREO’s and they work perfectly with the MAC. They are much better than an iPhone for business purposes, but the TREO’s are just not as good as the BB and they are HEAVY. If only I could have both a Blackberry and a MAC…

  • Larry Bickle

    I have an iPhone and it is marginally adequate for business use. Showing pictures of the kids and playing music on plane trips is “cute.” I’ve had the iPhone for ~ 5 moths now, but I really, really miss a true businessman’s handheld like the Blackberry. I’ve been trying to sync Blackberrys and MACs for 3+ years…different generations of hardware and software. It just never works exactly right. It only takes one missed appointment to spook me for a long time. If you can’t trust your calendar life is tough. I’ve had TREO’s and they work perfectly with the MAC. They are much better than an iPhone for business purposes, but the TREO’s are just not as good as the BB and they are HEAVY. If only I could have both a Blackberry and a MAC…