Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Check out new UI for Missing Sync 2.0 on Android

For the past few months we have been working on a major update to the Missing Sync application that runs on Android phone and tablets.

This update was released to Google Play earlier this year, and will also be showing up over time on Amazon, Barnes & Noble Nook and BlackBerry PlayBook markets.

The most visitble change, is we have added the ability to control what you sync right from the handheld. Previously, even if you were doing a wireless sync, you still had to decide what would sync via your desktop PC or Mac. Now you choose right from your phone or tablet.

For those who were used to the UI in prior versions of the handheld/mobile side of Missing Sync, we recommend you check out the below video we have created to introduce you to the changes.

Monday, July 09, 2012

Missing Sync for Android Version 2.0 for Mac and PC

Missing Sync 2.0, supporting Android devices such as phones, tablets, and eReaders, is now out for Mac and PC!

What's new?

We have made alot of changes under the hood, incorporating lessons learned producing GoGadget and OEM versions of GoGadget over the past year. You'll find a new Podcasts plugin, and an improved video plugin.

The next improvement you will notice is an all-new 2.0 Missing Sync app for all Android devices running Android 2.0 and later, including devices such as the Amazon Kindle Fire, Barnes & Noble Nook, and the BlackBerry Playbook.

The 2.0 device side application has been re-written to move more of the user interface from the desktop, right to the device. You can select what to sync on the device, for each of the data types we support, and the desktop supports having different settings on each of your devices -- for example, if you want to sync contacts and tasks on your phone, but only movies and music on your tablet.

To get the new 2.0 version on your Mac or PC, just pick check for updates inside the application, or visit our downloads page.

Want to learn more about the update? Just watch this video...