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    Missing Sync for BlackBerry - Version 2.0 Released

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    Reported yesterday by Ranx on the PSCast, Missing Sync has released a new version of their very popular software for the BB/Mac.

    The Missing Sync for BlackBerry, version 2.0, introduces wireless sync via Bluetooth, and automatic wireless sync via Proximity Sync, so you can keep all of your contacts, calendars, music, photos, videos, notes and more always in sync. Macworld Magazine gave The Missing Sync 4.5 out of 5 mice.

    Features include:
    Synchronize contacts and calendars
    Sync with iPhoto and transfer video
    Automatic sync via Bluetooth
    Sync iTunes playlists to BlackBerry
    Synchronize your notes and memos
    Text message and call log archiving

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    A tremendous tool...

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    Is there a product like this that syncs wirelessly with Windows/Outlook?

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    Has anyone used MS yet or tried it out? I'm curious how it is working? Looking for a mini review of sorts.

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    WHAT?! No free upgrade from the Missing Sync I ALREADY paid for. Weak.

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    oh, honestly, Desk Top Manager is free for PC users and does pretty much the same thing. RIM should come out with the same options for MAC users. Right now, with my TMO phone bill and other bills I am not spending 40 to sync my photos. I'll keep using pocket mac.

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