Mark/Space's GoGadget Syncs All Kinds of Devices and Gadgets with Your Computer
Earlier this month, Mark/Space, released the revolutionary new software app, GoGadget.
Now you can sync almost any device or gadget you have that connects via a standard USB cable to a PC or Mac computer. Plus, you can sync multiple devices to your computer with GoGadget's unique engineering.
GoGadget syncs music, videos, photos, documents and files between your gadget or device and Windows PC and Mac computers.
We made major updates to GoGadget for Mac OS X users, including syncing videos from iTunes, support for many additional devices, several usability fixes, and the ability to sync with just about any device that is USB-enabled.
With GoGadget, you can synchronize media, documents and files to and from:
Mobile phones, including Android devices, Motorola Droid X, Samsung Galaxy S II, HTC Evo; plus, web OS phones ike the Palm Pixi, Palm Pixi Plus; Palm Pre; Samsung Captivate; Google Nexus and many, many more.
Tablets, such as the BlackBerry PlayBook; Palm TouchPad and tablets like the Samsung Galaxy Tab (10, 8, 7) (Windows only); HTC Jetstream; Motorola XOOM (Windows only); Motorola DROID Xyboard (Windows only).
E-readers, like the Amazon Kindle and Amazon Kindle Fire; NOOK Color and Sony PRS Series and more. Plus, sync game systems, GPS navigators, and others. See even more sample devices and gadgets supported by GoGadget.
During the second week of January, CES International, or the Consumer Electronics Show, kicked off in Las Vegas, where hundreds of mobile phone, tablet and other device manufacturers and software makers joined the deluge of TV and electronic manufacturers demonstrating their products and services to tens of thousands of attendees.
Mark/Space was in appearance, meeting with manufacturing partners about new, cutting-edge software devices created by Mark/Space.
"I had hands on so many feature-rich new mobile devices and tablets from our partners," Brian Scott Toney, an executive at Mark/Space, said after CES. "I shared GoGadget with many device manufacturers, and demonstrated how easily GoGadget connects with, and syncs various devices."
"There was an overwhelmingly positive interest in the cutting-edge capabilities of GoGadget, mostly because it can sync media and files between a computer and just about any USB-enabled device."
One of Mark/Space's partners, Motorola, showed of several new devices, including MOTOACTV, a fitness tracking/training system containing a smart music player that includes Mark/Space sync technology.
Mark/Space also got a chance to see a prototype Toshiba wireless tablet, which was demonstrated as waterproof by being displayed, running, underwater in a fish tank, where the device apparently continued to operate for the entire week of the CES conference. Toshiba also demonstrated how the device can be charged wirelessly with its coil battery while immersed in water.
We met with many partners and got to see tons of cool gadgets, devices and other technologies, just a few of which are outlined below.
At CES, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note, 4G LTE 5.6-inch Android phone with a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, a 720 pixel AMOLED display, an 8-megapixel front-facing and 2-megapixel rear facing cameras and a full GB of RAM. Some are calling the device a "phablet," or a "phone-tablet hybrid." While it includes Android 2.3, Samsung said it will be updated to Android 4.0, aka, Ice Cream Sandwich, this year.
The Galaxy Note comes with an S-Pen for in-app annotations and screen grabs, and makes SMS messaging fast and easy.
Motorola revealed the Droid RAZR MAXX, a new 4G LTE Android phone getting a lot of buzz due to its exceptional battery life, which PC Magazine tests revealed almost 17 hours of continuous talk time. Other specifications of the MAXX include a large qHD screen, 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB RAM, front-facing camera, 8-megapixel main camera, 1and a 1080p HD video capture.
Motorola DROID Xyboard 10.1, which basically takes the place of Motorola Xoom 2, is fitted with a 1.2-gigahertz dual core processor and 1 GB of RAM, and a 1280 x 800 pixel touch-screen resolution. The Xyboard also includes both a front and rear 5-megapixel camera, allowing users to shoot crisp photos and 720p video.
Each of these amazing new devices are able to be synced with Mark/Space's hot-selling The Missing Sync for Android - sync contacts, calendars, notes, tasks, music, photos, videos and more between your Android device and a PC or Mac computer.
Popular Fliq Apps by Mark/Space and Featured in Rolling Stone Have New and Cool Updates
Mark/Space is excited to announced new updates to a trio of our popular Android apps - Fliq Calendar, Fliq Notes and Fliq Tasks.
As free apps, which can be used as standalone apps, or with The Missing Sync for Android, you can have a dynamic and useful set of mobile apps, that are so unique from any other such apps available that even Rolling Stone magazine wrote about them.
The Fliq apps are also some of the most popular free apps on the Android Market website, garnering stellar reviews and high marks from users, earning between four and five starts on average. The suite of Fliq apps are also popular downloads at Barnes & Noble's Nook Color store, and now available at Amazon for the Kindle and Kindle Fire.
Need a great calendar app for an Android device? Get Fliq Calendar for free; need a reliable and intuitive notes app for your Android phone or tablet? Download Fliq Notes. And, if you're looking for a superb and feature-rich tasks app, that will help you dynamically keep track of all of your to do lists and more, the free Fliq Tasks is the one to get.
Each of the newly-updated Fliq apps work with Mark/Space's hot-selling The Missing Sync for Android making it possible to sync contacts, calendars, notes, tasks, music, photos, videos and more between your Android device and a PC or Mac computer.
Click the links below to download the latest updates to Fliq apps from Android Market.
Fliq Calendar (version 1.2.6) - Now supporting Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). Find out why it's one of the most popular Android calendar apps available.
Fliq Tasks (version 2.0.2) - Features a number of updates to the design and layout, new widgets and support for Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).
Fliq Notes (version 2.0.4) - Optimized design and layout for use with even more devices, new themes and SD card backup and restore capabilities.
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The Missing Sync for iPhone is one of the most popular global synchronization programs for all generations of the iPhone. Sync with both Mac and Windows PC computers notes, tasks, and documents. Create ringtones from your favorite music easily. Save and archive your SMS text messages*, voice notes and voicemail*. The software was just updated and includes a fix for better SMS Log support*.
* Mac version only. Windows PC version coming soon.
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