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Mark/Space posts development tracker for PC Version of The Missing Sync

by Derek Kessler Tue, 11 Aug 2009 9:11 am EDT

The Missing Sync for Palm Pre for Windows When The Missing Sync for Palm Pre debuted back in June as a Mac-only application, the question we heard from many of you was “Where’s the PC version?” Fret not, for Mark/Space is hard at work on such a program, and to assuage your local synchronization hunger pangs not fulfilled by PocketMirror they have posted a development tracker for The Missing Sync for Palm Pre for Windows XP and Vista where frequent postings will allow you to follow along as new features are added to the program.

As of this posting, they have managed one-way synchronization of your Outlook contacts and calendars (more comprehensively than the Palm Data Transfer Assistant) with two-way sync promised down the road, folder synchronization, and iTunes playlist music transfers. Next up on their development list are full two-way contacts synchronization and photo transfer capabilities. Mark/Space has also started a private beta program to test out the latest builds of the PC version of The Missing Sync. The Missing Sync is coming to the PC, it’s just not here yet.