A new version of the SyncMate utility (2.6) promises to sync your Mac data with other Macs, other PCs and numerous devices, including Windows Mobile phones, Nokia S40, Sony PSP and USB flash drives.
The SyncMate Expert edition is about $US40 and includes the ability to sync all of the following data:
- iTunes & Video
The SyncMate Free Edition enables you to sync your Google Contacts and Calendars with your Mac and all devices supported.
This third-party solution seems to simplify a lot of Mac syncing issues. For more alternatives, see Vincent Danen's other syncing tips:
- Syncing Mac's Address Book and iCal with Google Apps
- Easy application syncing with Mac's Daylite CRM
- Syncing The Hit List with Daylite gives you all-access pass to your data anywhere you go
- Use DropBox to seamlessly sync files
What syncing issues have you run into with your Mac and other devices? Do you have a tried-and-true method or utility that you like to use?
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