There seems no end to sync solutions for iPhone. The problem is; they all devolve into Apple-like simplicity.
Face it. We use Outlook because it is fast, effective, and the whole world supports it. It is forced on us by our business, it runs our mail, it runs our appointments, and the less time we can spend there, the more we can do our jobs.
With iPhone, the best known solutions are feeble, at best. With Apple iCloud, you need to create a different Outlook folder and move your data to it. You need to put up with problems with it, with mail and other things. And then, when it gets to iPhone, you have no Tasks any more just reminders.
With Office 365 and the Outlook App you have a different set of problems. It all gets to the phone ok (except for tasks again) but the only thing that is marginally good with the Outlook App from Microsoft is the email. Hello Microsoft: Email is NOT a problem on the iPhone.
So that’s what CompanionLink and DejaOffice are here to do. Synchronize Outlook Contacts, and Outlook Calendar, and Outlook Tasks to the iPhone. Not only to move them, safely and securely, but DejaOffice provides an Outlook-like ecosystem on the iPhone and Android so that you can continue to do Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes just like your PC. So if you want to schedule an appointment, or make a task for a contact, you can do that in one App on your phone. If you have Recurring Tasks, CompanionLink and DejaOffice is the only solution available that supports them on all platforms.
CompanionLink also works for Outlook for Mac 2011 and Outlook for Mac 2015.
Here’s how to sync Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Memos:
- On your PC or Mac; Download the CompanionLink for Outlook 14-day trial
- On your iPhone or Android phone, download DejaOffice for Outlook
- Set up USB, Wi-Fi or DejaCloud sync
That’s it! You’ll have your data on your phone. For more information here’s our info page for CompanionLink for Outlook.
Wondershare is an interesting product. Does it also do Calendar, Tasks and Notes. The focus of CompanionLink and DejaOffice is to match Outlook’s functionality on PC and Mac for Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes. With DejaOffice, the sync is automatic so you would not need so many steps.
It’s a nice video. Catchy tune. Thanks for posting it.
Here is a video about transferring contacts from iPhone 5S to Galaxy Note 5, also it can help you transfer data between iPhone 6/6 Plus, LG G4, Galaxy S6/S6 Edge + and more
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