Mark/Space Announces Support for Mac OS X Tiger
Mark/Space today announced that their current release of The Missing Sync for Palm OS supports Mac OS X v10.4 "Tiger," and that future Missing Sync releases will take advantage of exciting new technologies introduced in Apple's latest operating system.
Future products from Mark/Space will employ Tiger's Xsync technology to further improve the Mac sync experience with mobile devices running a variety of operating systems. By taking advantage of Tiger's Xsync technology, Mark/Space applications will enjoy improved synchronization with Mac OS X applications and better overall integration with Tiger. Mark/Space engineers are also looking at how they can use technologies like Tiger's lightening-fast Spotlight search technology to provide new functionality for users.
"Like the rest of the Mac community, we've been eagerly awaiting the arrival of Mac OS X Tiger," said Brian Hall, president and CEO of Mark/Space. "Tiger brings true innovation to the state of data synchronization and the sharing of information between multiple computers, handheld devices and smartphones. Our new products will leverage Tiger's sync technologies to give customers an even better sync experience."
Owners of Palm Powered devices will be pleased to know that the current release of The Missing Sync for Palm OS already supports Mac OS X Tiger. Thanks in part to Apple including a new iSync Palm Conduit in Tiger, current users of The Missing Sync for Palm OS will be able to sync with Address Book and iCal right away. With Tiger's new Xsync technology and a .Mac account, users can now keep their contacts, calendar events and to-dos synchronized across multiple computers. For additional information on Tiger support in current Mark/Space products, visit here.
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