iSync now supports more phones

I've been away from the MacBook for a week while attending the Global MVP Summit in Redmond (yeah... bringing the MacBook didn't seem like such a clever idea - I brought the Lenovo X60 Tablet PC) and when I got home, one of the first things I did was run the updates Apple released last week. Today - back in the office for the first time in a week, I ran iSync only to discover that it had suddenly developed an allergic reaction to the plug-in I've been using since I got the Nokia N93 last fall.

I've been away from the MacBook for a week while attending the Global MVP Summit in Redmond (yeah... bringing the MacBook didn't seem like such a clever idea - I brought the Lenovo X60 Tablet PC) and when I got home, one of the first things I did was run the updates Apple released last week. Today - back in the office for the first time in a week, I ran iSync only to discover that it had suddenly developed an allergic reaction to the plug-in I've been using since I got the Nokia N93 last fall.

A little digging uncovered the reason why. iSync now natively supports the N93! And a very large list of additional devices. Quite a nice surprise and, as an added bonus, the iSync icon is very photographic and 3-D in appearance (it's the little things). The preferences are clear and the first sync went without a hitch. Thanks Apple! 

The list of currently supported devices in iSync 2.4 (501.2) is here. 

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