Data Synchronization for the iPhone

Kara Reeder

Mark/Space has released The Missing Sync for iPhone 2.0, software that synchronizes data for the iPhone and iPod Touch.


According to PCWorld, the software offers "true, two-way syncing of notes, files, documents and tasks" between the devices and the Mac. It also allows users to archive text messages and call history on the iPhone to the Mac, as well as transfer contacts and other data from another smartphone to the iPhone.


Macworld reports that The Missing Sync for iPhone 2.0 runs $39.95 for a single user download and $89.95 for the Business Edition 2-Seat license. Current users of The Missing Sync for iPhone 1.0 can get version 2.0 as a free upgrade.

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May 8, 2009 11:00 AM Bill Frank Bill Frank  says:

I have used the app for MAC sync with Windows mobile on a Motorola Q that I purchased from missing sync and considered it a complete waste of money.  I am a very comfortable with technology so the issue was not between the keyboard and the chair, however the product over promised and under delivered.  Their customer support and return policy was horrible.  If the iPhone/iTouch app works like the Windows Mobile product, don't expect much buyer beware.


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