"The Missing Sync for Android 2.0's new enhanced features allow users to get the most out of the latest Android phones and tablets and syncs automatically."
Los Gatos, CA (PRWEB) May 08, 2012
Mark/Space has released the newest update of its award-winning synchronization software for Android phone and tablet users, The Missing Sync for Android 2.0. The new version is fully compatible with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), features enhanced video, support for more tablets, a dynamic podcast plug-in, and various fixes and enhancements. The release of 2.0 also means that each purchaser receives three copies for the price of one.
The Missing Sync for Android 2.0 synchronizes Android phone and tablet users' information, files and media with their PCs or Macs via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and USB. Busy Android users save precious time because The Missing Sync for Android 2.0 syncs contacts, calendars, notes, tasks, music, video and photos automatically so that they don't have to manually update their information, files, documents, playlists, photo albums, and more.
We've also dramatically enhanced our proprietary automatic wireless “Proximity Sync™.” Everyone knows how tedious and time-consuming it is to manually transfer and update data and files between their Android device and computer. The Missing Sync solves that dilemma. In fact, no other Android sync software automatically and wirelessly synchronizes with both PCs and Macs whenever the Android user's phone or tablet is within proximity (usually within 30 feet) of their computer. The automatic syncing can be customized based on what sync time intervals are set by the user.
With The Missing Sync for Android 2.0, there's no need to remember to conduct a sync, and users don't have to worry whether their info is updated and the same between their computer and Android device. Plus, Android media sync is also available via the traditional USB cable.
With the inclusion of the popular Fliq add-on apps by Mark/Space, available from Google Play (formerly Android Market), users can also sync contacts and calendars with Outlook, Entourage and iCal, making of The Missing Sync for Android 2.0 the true all-in-one Android-to-computer sync program. Plus, users can sync their MP3s, photos, video files and iTunes playlists and photo albums.
In addition, The Missing Sync for Android 2.0 has many other features, including the ability to create ringtones from a music collection, convert home movies to watch on an Android device, transfer Internet Explorer and Safari bookmarks from a PC or Mac, export text messages and phone call logs to a PC or Mac for viewing, searching, sorting and storing. Also included is the cool app, Mark/Space Notebook.
Additionally, if an owner of The Missing Sync for Android 2.0 ever loses their phone or tablet, they'll have a backup of their precious data stored on their computer, and vice versa, thanks to The Missing Sync. Altogether, when customers purchase The Missing Sync for Android 2.0, they get much more than the best Android sync software.
With two extra licenses for each purchased license, The Missing Sync owners can give the extra copies to family, friends and colleagues, or use them on multiple devices, such as an extra Android phone or tablet.
Visit the Mark/Space website to get more information on sync features, watch overview videos, check the requirements, browse the screenshot gallery, and purchase the 3-for-1 updated version of The Missing Sync for Android 2.0. Everything you need in one software suite.
Founded in 1990, the Los Gatos, California-based company Mark/Space, Inc., http://www.markspace.com , develops and markets award-winning mobile, desktop and cloud-based synchronization software, including Fliq, GoGadget and The Missing Sync family of products that synchronize Windows and Mac computers with mobile devices, smartphones, readers and tablets from Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble, HP, HTC, LG, Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia, Palm, RIM, Samsung, Sony, Sony Ericsson and others.
The Missing Sync is a trademark of Mark/Space, Inc. Mac and iTunes are trademarks of Apple, Inc. Windows is a trademark of Microsoft, Inc. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.