SyncMate by Eltima is a powerful and simple synchronization client for the Mac-Windows Mobile user. Though users still cannot download and install an EXE file from a Mac with SyncMate (without having to run Windows on their Mac), Mac users can manage much of their Windows Mobile smartphone using the company's software; Mac users can still transfer CAB install files using the software to their handhelds.
According to the company, version 2 of the software adds more compatibility and now works with Windows Mobile smartphones, Nokia S40 phones and Google account. In addition, an online data backup option is available. The free version allows synchronization with iCal and Address Book, while the paid for Expert version adds iTunes, iPhoto, Mail, separate Folders, Notes, ToDo's, Time, and Bookmarks synchronization and lots more between Mac and supported devices/accounts.
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You can check out the second version of SyncMate from Sync-Mac, Eltima's dedicated Mac portal.
The first release of SyncMate was outstanding and although I haven't tried the second revision yet, I do hope to put it through its paces soon.
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