Mark/Space Releases The Missing Sync for Android 2.0 Revolutionizing Android Syncing and More
Android sync has taken another major step forward thanks to the new 2.0 update to Mark/Space's popular sync software, The Missing Sync for Android. The much anticipated release includes enhanced video support, including video resizing, support for more Android tablets, a podcast plugin and full compatibility with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).
And now, when you purchase The Missing Sync for Android 2.0, you will receive three licenses for the price of one! Use the extra copies for other Android devices, or give them to friends and family. No other Android sync software lets you get three fully functional copies for the price of one. Upgrade to 2.0 for free! if you already own a previous The Missing Sync for Android.
The Missing Sync for Android 2.0 offers the most extensive Android sync program available, allowing Android phone and tablet users to sync with their Mac or PC, including contacts with Outlook, Entourage and Address Book; two-way calendar syncing with Outlook*, Entourage and iCal, plus notes, tasks, music, videos, photos and documents. Even better, you can sync via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, or the old-fashioned way, via USB. The Proximity Sync feature, that enables automatic, wireless synching has also been greatly enhanced — see the next article to learn more about Proximity Sync.
But wait, there's more. Mark/Space is excited to announce our new BETA device app release for the Missing Sync for Android. With the Android 2.0 version device app, there is a paradigm shift from the computer side to the device side. Users no longer need to go back to their computer select what is synchronized. The user interface of the device app has changed significantly — including a panel of on/off switches for each plugin and an enhanced pairing wizard.
To learn more, view the overview page, where you can click on tabs that provide all the information you need — from a full outline of all the software's terrific features to the requirements details, plus a gallery of screenshots, and a short, but informative overview video so you can see exactly what The Missing Sync for Android 2.0 looks like and how it works. Once you've seen how much easier you can manage and expand the powers of your Android phone or tablet, purchase or upgrade in just a few clicks.
* Note: Outlook calendar sync is currently only available for Windows PC computers
Proximity Sync Gets Enhanced Wireless Syncing
We've made all kinds of enhancements to The Missing Sync for Android 2.0, including to its popular automatic wireless sync capabilities.
Proximity Sync is Mark/Space's proprietary, cutting-edge technology built into The Missing Sync that automatically synchronizes your Android phone or tablet via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth whenever they are within proximity (approximately a 30 foot radius) of your Windows PC or Mac. No other Android sync software provides Proximity Sync technology. The latest updates to The Missing Sync for Android 2.0 also include better connectivity for more tablets.
Simply set the time intervals that tell Proximity Sync when to automatically synchronize your Android with your computer. That way, you don't need to remember to sync manually, so that you can keep working while your data and files are being synchronized in the background. For many Android users, Proximity Sync is a deal maker — in fact, many of our customers have purchased The Missing Sync for Android primarily for this one-of-a-kind Android 4.0 sync technology.
Think of the time you'll save, and hassle you'll be spared, trying to manually keep all your contacts, calendars, notes, tasks, and files up-to-date and in sync between your Android and your computer. Proximity Sync eliminates all of that by syncing automatically and wirelessly.
If you already own a registered copy of The Missing Sync for Android 1.0 series, and use, or plan to use, Proximity Sync, upgrade to 2.0 for free. If you own another version of The Missing Sync, but have switched, or you're thinking of switching over to Android, you automatically qualify for more than a 40% discount when you purchase The Missing Sync for Android 2.0 for a Windows PC or a Mac computer.
Haven't Switched to Android Yet?: If you are not currently an Android user, and have been thinking of switching over from whatever type of smartphone or tablet you have now, The Missing Sync for Android 2.0 is another reason to make the switch. We also have a great app, called Welcome Home to Android, that can literally copy over your contacts, calendars, notes, tasks, photos, videos and music from an iPhone or Blackberry, and transfer them all into your new Android device where they'll be setup exactly where each data type should be. It's the perfect way to transfer your stuff from an iPhone and Blackberry to setup a new Android phone or tablet. Read more about Welcome Home to Android further down in this newsletter.
Enter to Win an iTunes Gift Card with a Tweet
Mark/Space is giving away three $25 iTunes music gift cards. All you have to do to enter the drawing is Retweet @SyncExperts and tell us your favorite feature of The Missing Sync for Android.
Example: RT @SyncExperts - The Missing Sync for Android 2.0 lets me view my text message threads on my computer.
On May 16th, we will pick three winners from all of the people who correctly entered the contest. The winners will be contacted via Twitter by a Direct Message (DM). In order for us to send you a DM, you must follow @SyncExperts, otherwise we have no way to award your iTunes music gift card. The winners will also be announced via Twitter after each is confirmed. Good luck!
New Android Devices - HTC EVO 4G LTE and the Samsung Galaxy S III
The HTC EVO 4G LTE, Sprint's variant of the HTC One X, was unveiled in April at a press event in New York City. Sprint's CEO, Dan Hesse, introduced the HTC EVO 4G LTE to reporters. Analysts expect it to be the company's flagship smartphone for the summer.
Among some of the top features include a 4.7-inch 720p HD display;a uni-body annodized aluminum case; a kickstand for portrait and landscape view; an 8 megapixel rear camera with an f2.0 lens BSI sensor; plus a dedicated imaging chip along with HTC's ™ Image Sense technology.
Plus, there is a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera; 1 GB RAM; 16GB of internal storage, as well as a 2000 mAh battery with a whooping 24+ hours running time. The new HTC from Sprint also features HD Voice, with incredibly clear audio for phone calls and noise canceling enhancements. Pre-orders for the newest HTC smartphone are being taken now.
Galaxy S III Officially Released by Samsung
Officially released on May 3rd, the Galaxy S III buzz is around its large 4.8 inch HD Super AMOLED Plus display. As PC World wrote this past Friday: "At this rate, next year we could see a display larger than 5-inch (similar to the Galaxy Note)."
The newest member of the Galaxy family also features a Quad-core Samsung Exynos 1.4 GHz processor. The Galaxy S III runs on Android 4.x (Ice Cream Sandwich) and features a 8MP and a front-facing 1.9MP camera; 720p video recording with 1080p video playback; 1 GB RAM; 2100mAh battery, and Bluetooth 4.0 (LE), all wrapped into a seven inch millimeter thick ceramic casing available available in blue and white.
Get The Missing Sync for iPhone at Half Price
If you've been thinking about purchasing the award-winning The Missing Sync for iPhone before, now is the time to take advantage of this amazing special offer. For a limited time, you can get The Missing Sync for iPhone for just $19.95 - that's 50% off the original price.
Do you have an iPhone that you want to make more powerful, saving you time and hassle managing and syncing your most important data and files? The Missing Sync for iPhone is the solution for you, and at half off the original price, it's the perfect time to check out all of the amazing things this award-winning software can do to boost the power of your iPhone.
Setup Your Android Phone with Data and Files from a BlackBerry or iPhone
Have you been thinking about moving to Android, especially with all of the buzz about Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)? The one-of-a-kind software program, Welcome Home to Android, by Mark/Space, can copy most of your data and files from your BlackBerry or iPhone to your new Android phone. Once this process is completed, your new Android phone will have your contacts, calendars, notes, music, video, photos and much more from your old phone set up and ready to go.