Yesterday, PC World writer Preston Gralla posted a helpful review of CompanionLink for Google. The review details the dilemma many users have in synchronizing their Android phones with Microsoft Outlook. CompanionLink for Google syncs Outlook contacts, calendar and tasks with any Google, Gmail, or Google Apps Premier account. Google can then wirelessly sync your Outlook data with most smartphones using the free Google Sync service.
A new review of CompanionLink has been posted over at the Windows Guides site. The review mentions, as posted earlier, that CompanionLink supports sync with Outlook 2010 64-bit. Head on over to http://mintywhite.com/software-reviews/companionlink-enables-sync-outlook-mobile/ to read the review.
We recently spotted a pretty detailed review of the CompanionLink software over at droidforums.net. Check it out, the review goes through the details of installation, configuration and support. There’s even a video walkthrough.
The GigaOm network of blogs and technology enthusiasts use CompanionLink for Google. Recently, they blogged about our product and why they decided to use ours.
Thanks GigaOm team and Meryl Evans for the review!
At CompanionLink, we get this question at least a dozen times a day. At least.
Since CompanionLink supports all the major smart phones, our advice is to get the phone that works for you. Our software will work with it. If you still need help determining which one is right for you, here’s a 2009 smart phone report by Consumer Reports ranking the best phones. Apple iPhone, Palm Pre, and BlackBerry all topped the list.
RIM announced a new BlackBerry to join the ranks. It’s called the BlackBerry Tour 9630 and will run in both CDMA and GSM modes. This gives business professionals who travel internationally the peace of mind that their phone will work in most countries.
The BlackBerry Tour builds on the success of the BlackBerry Curve and BlackBerry Bold.
RIM’s version of the Apple App Store is now here. It’s called the BlackBerry App World and has hundreds of apps for your phone. All your usual suspect apps are there: Facebook, MySpace, Ticketmaster, etc.
CompanionLink users won’t need to download anything special since our software syncs data directly with the native address book, calendar and tasks applications on BlackBerry devices. Simple.
Mathew Miller, blogger for ZDNet and a host for the Mobile Tech Roundup podcast, endorses CompanionLink for Google Android.
“I was pleased to read that CompanionLink Software now has a way for you to sync your PIM data between Outlook, Lotus Notes, Palm Desktop, Novell Groupwise, and other clients to your T-Mobile G1.”
“…this is a nice step in the right direction.”
You can read the full blog post here.
With all the mobile sync options for ACT!, it can get a bit confusing. Let’s make it easy.
Here’s a primer on what sync options you have, how much each one costs, and what the pros/cons are to each. The best option for you will depend on what you’re looking to do.
Available on November 4, 2008 through AT&T. $299 with a two-year contract.
The Bold will have more CPU power, memory, and a better screen. GPS and Wi-Fi are built-in. They also have a neat Music Sync application that allows you to sync your iTunes songs to your BlackBerry.