Multiplatform open-source implementation of the ActiveSync protocol to allow synchronisation between the PC and ActiveSync-compatible mobile devices (Windows Mobile, iPhone, Sony Ericsson and Nokia mobile phones).
Simple editor for the iPad in the style of a typewriter. The virtual keyboard includes an additional row of keys with frequently used special characters. Files can be synchronised using Dropbox or iCloud. The Mac version is available here.
Synchronises addresses, contacts and appointments on Windows Mobile devices with iCal, Address Book and Google Online PIM. The enhanced Expert edition also synchronises other content on a Pocket PC, such as multimedia files or bookmarks, with a Mac and its applications, such as iTunes for audio and video files. Fast and secure download from The H
Compact Cocoa GUI that enables communications between MP3 and MTP players in the Creative Nomad range and Mac computers by using libnjb and libmtp, so that music can be downloaded from and uploaded to the players.
Permits transfer of all data, such as files, text messages, applications, contacts and bookmarks from mobile iOS devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch) onto Mac computers. Messages can be exported as PDF, text or XML documents.
Synchronises iTunes playlists on the computer with a smartphone. Copies MP3 and AAC files without copy protection (m4a) but not copy-protected AAC songs (m4p). Available as versions for synchronising with Windows and Mac OS as well as WiFi Add-on for synchronising via WLAN.
Use this tool to exchange files between Android-based smartphones and a computer. It also provides direct access to the smartphone’s file system. Other features include music streaming from the computer’s media player and streaming from the smartphone’s camera. Fast and secure download from The H
Program for management, conversion and synchronisation of e-books. Creates a library of your e-books and converts data between current standard formats. Includes an e-book viewer and synchronises its own data stocks with other e-readers. Allows you to create your own e-books from web sites or RSS feeds and gives you remote access to your library via a browser.
Saves individual network configurations, such as VPN access data and iPhone mail accounts, on the Mac and transfers them to other iPhones so the same settings can be used. They’re transferred via XML profile files that contain all the iPhone's important device information and configurations. Also available as a Windows version.
Synchronises files in different locations to allow data backups and alignment of different PCs and servers. Manages any number of profiles and profile groups which can be started manually or by a timer. The pro edition supports access to FTP, SFTP, WebDAV and Amazon S3 as well as ZIP compression and encryption. Linux version is available for free.
Firefox add on for synchronising bookmarks between different (Firefox) browsers. Favourites can be saved WebDAV or FTP folders so that the user can access the links from anywhere. Supports backups in JSON (Firefox 3) as well as HTML format to allow links to opened in other browsers. Download requires the user to open a free user account; no longer available.
Synchronises the content of two Apple Mac computers or folders by scanning one and transferring modified files to the other. Once the transfer has completed, FileSync displays a list of all copied files. According to the manufacturer, it works best with locally-mounted drives.
Makes the contents of an iPod accessible as normal, readable files, organised into hierarchical folders. Allows you, for example, to copy songs and other multimedia files from the iPod onto the computer as long as the iPod has disk use enabled. Also allows the user to browse their iPod library with the help of Spotlight.
Graphical user interface for the command line tool rsync, which is mainly used to synchronise directories. Doesn’t support all rsync functions, but does support the functions required for saving local directories, including saving such directories onto removable disks.
Simple data synchronisation system in which the user saves files in the normal way and the program automatically stores them on a network server and from there delivers them to the required data media.