Earlier this week Google launched the Beta version of Sync â€“ free tools for synchronizing your mobile phoneâ€™s Contacts and Calendar with your Google account.
Phones supported by Sync include the Apple iPhone, Blackberry, Symbian, and Windows Mobile.
As you might suspect, Iâ€™m quite excited about Google Sync, and Iâ€™m glad to see Windows Mobile support included. Iâ€™ve written a few articles already on syncing Windows Mobile Contacts and Calendar with varying services, all without Outlook. Here are some previous tutorials:
- Sync Your Windows Mobile Contacts and Calendar Using Funambol for FREE (article link)
- Sync Your Windows Mobile Contacts and Calendar with Plaxo, Thunderbird, and Google for FREE (article link)
- Sync Your Phoneâ€™s Contacts and Calendar with Google for Free using NuevaSync (article link)
Iâ€™m definitely going to try my hand at setting up Google Sync, and am especially curious to see how it compares with the mighty NuevaSync. Expect future articles and opinions related to this topic in the near future.
In the meantime, if you have already tried Google Sync, Iâ€™d love to hear some thoughts.