Sync the Samsung Epic 4G with Outlook

The Samsung Epic 4G, a Galaxy S series phone running Android 2.1, is available today on Sprint. CompanionLink supports two-way sync of Microsoft Outlook calendar, contacts, tasks and notes with the Samsung Epic 4G direct via USB. CompanionLink also supports Samsung Epic 4G sync with other PC applications, such as IBM Lotus Notes, Palm Desktop, and Sage ACT!.

USB Sync with the Epic 4G works in conjunction with DejaOffice, a contact manager apps suite for Android. DejaOffice provides the Epic 4G with robust contacts, calendar, tasks and notes apps to manage appointments and schedules on the go. Changes made on the phone will sync back to the PC with CompanionLink. CompanionLink’s sync software for the Samsung Epic 4G starts at $39.95. More information and a 14-day free trial of the software is available at www.companionlink.com/galaxy.

Sync the Dell Aero with your PC

The latest Android phone to launch in the US is the lightweight Dell Aero. The Aero offers business professionals a compact device that’s easy to carry anywhere. With CompanionLink, users can sync the Dell Aero with Outlook, Palm Desktop, Lotus Notes, ACT!, and other PC contact managers. CompanionLink’s sync with the Aero allows users to sync, view and edit contacts, calendar, tasks and notes right from the device. Changes made on the Aero will sync back to the PC.

Sync the Dell Aero with your PC

CompanionLink offers two methods to sync with the Dell Aero – direct USB sync and wireless sync through Google. USB sync with the Aero works with DejaOffice, CompanionLink’s suite of contacts, calendar, tasks and notes apps for Android. For more info on CompanionLink’s sync solutions for the Dell Aero, and to download a 14-day free trial, visit www.companionlink.com/phones/dell-aero.html

CompanionLink supports sync with the BlackBerry Torch 9800 and other BlackBerry 6 OS devices

Last week, RIM launched the BlackBerry Torch 9800 with the newest revision of the BlackBerry platform, BlackBerry 6 OS. CompanionLink supports sync with the BlackBerry Torch using one of three methods: direct USB sync, wireless sync through Google, and automatic handsfree sync using CompanionLink’s secure wireless service.Visit www.companionlink.com/torch for more info on how to sync the BlackBerry Torch 9800 with ACT!, Lotus Notes, Outlook Business Contacts Manager, GoldMine, Palm Desktop and more.

Sync the Blackberry Torch

USB sync with the BlackBerry Torch works in tandem with RIM’s BlackBerry Desktop Software. With the Torch launch last week, RIM also launched a new version of the desktop software, BlackBerry Desktop 6. The new Blackberry Desktop 6 changed some underlying core functionality, which caused most 3rd party add-ins, including CompanionLink, to break. We scrambled to quickly find a fix, and our awesome development team got things quickly working again for all our BlackBerry users. If you use CompanionLink with any BlackBerry, visit www.companionlink.com/bb6 for the latest information regarding BlackBerry Desktop 6.

The Motorola DROID 2 is here – Sync the DROID 2 with Outlook using CompanionLink

The Motorola DROID 2, available today, is the next big Android phone to land here in the US. It follows on the heels of the original Motorola DROID, one of the top selling Android devices thus far. New owners looking to sync the DROID 2 with their PCs have few options. Google provides the free Google Calendar Sync tool to sync the primary Outlook calendar with any Google account. The Motorola DROID 2 has built-in support to sync contacts and calendar with a Google account through its wireless data connection. However, this solution is limited to only the primary Outlook calendar, and no support for contacts or other data types, such as tasks and notes.

Sync the DROID 2 with Outlook

CompanionLink offers two ways to sync the DROID 2 with Outlook – wired USB sync and wireless sync through Google. CompanionLink’s wireless sync via Google supports two-way sync of contacts and calendar, and offers the ability to sync multiple Outlook folders. CompanionLink can also sync Outlook tasks to the Google calendar as untimed entries. CompanionLink’s USB sync with DROID 2 works in conjuction with an Android app called DejaOffice. DejaOffice is a contact manager application suite with modules for contacts, calendar, tasks and notes, with support for advanced features such as categories. Outlook data will sync to the DejaOffice business apps for the DROID 2.

CompanionLink’s sync solutions for the DROID 2 start at $39.95. Free technical support is included. More information, along with a 14-day free trial of the software can be found at www.companionlink.com/droid2

Sync the Samsung Galaxy S Series with your PC – Sync with the Vibrant, Captivate, Fascinate, and Epic 4G

Samsung recently announced that their Android-powered Galaxy S Series of smartphones will be available in unique flavors for the major U.S. carriers. The Samsung Vibrant is available on T-Mobile, and the Samsung Captivate just launched on AT&T. The Samsung Fascinate will soon be available on Verizon, and Sprint is planning the launch of their second 4G phone – the Samsung Epic 4G. All four of these devices pack some mighty powerful hardware, but unfortunately lack an easy way to sync with Microsoft Outlook and other PC applications.

Sync the Samsung Galaxy S Series with your PC

Using CompanionLink, it’s now possible to sync contacts, calendar, tasks and notes between the Samsung Vibrant, Fascinate, Captivate and Epic 4G and PC software such as Microsoft Outlook, ACT! by Sage, Palm Desktop, Lotus Notes and more. You can sync direct via USB, or wireless through Google. Find more info, as well as a 14-day free trial, at www.companionlink.com/galaxy

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How to sync the Motorola DROID X with Outlook

Sync the DROID X with your PC

The new Motorola DROID X, available today, rightly deserves its position is Verizon’s new flagship phone. The DROID X features a huge 4.3″ screen, a lightning-fast 1 GHz processor, an 8 megapixel camera, and it runs Android 2.1. With all these amazing features, it’s a bit surprising to learn that the DROID X does not include any way to sync with Microsoft Outlook out of the box.

Google provides a free tool called Google Calendar Sync that syncs Outlook calendars to any Google account. The DROID X can be configured to then automatically sync with that Google account. However, Google Calendar Sync is a bit limited, as it only supports the primary Outlook calendar, and does not include data range options or Outlook categories support.

CompanionLink is proud to offer two ways to sync Outlook with the DROID X. Sync contacts, calendar and tasks wireless via a Google account, or sync Outlook contacts, calendar, tasks and notes to the DROID X direct via USB. Both options support two-way sync, so that changes made on the phone will update in Outlook.

CompanionLink’s sync solutions for the DROID X works in conjunction with an Android app called DejaOffice. DejaOffice is a robust suite of business-class contacts, calendar, tasks and notes apps for Android. It features advanced functionality such as color-coded categories, search and sort by company name, linking calendar entries to contacts and much more. DejaOffice is a free download from the Android Market.

DejaOffice - Business Apps for Android

CompanionLink’s sync solutions for the Motorola DROID X begin at $39.95. More information, including a 14-day free trial, is available at www.companionlink.com/droidx

Sync the Samsung Intercept with Outlook

Samsung’s newest Android device, the Intercept, is now available on Sprint. With the Android platform, the Samsung Intercept provides users advanced functionality through the many applications available on the Android market. However, one area where the Intercept needs a little help is with Outlook synchronization. CompanionLink offers two ways to sync the Samsung Internet with Microsoft Outlook – wired USB sync and wireless sync through Google.

Sync the Samsung Intercept with Outlook

Direct USB sync with the Samsung Intercept works in tandem with an Android app called DejaOffice, which provides business-class address book, calendar, tasks and notes apps. Data transfers two-ways between Outlook and DejaOffice using the USB cable that comes with Samsung Intercept.

Wireless sync through Google relies on the built-in integration the Samsung Intercept has with Google Contacts and Google Calendar. CompanionLink synchronizes Outlook contacts, calendar and tasks to Google, which then synchronizes over-the-air to the Intercept. Changes made on phone will sync back to Google, and then to the PC using CompanionLink.

In addition to Microsoft Outlook, CompanionLink supports other PC software such as Lotus Notes, ACT! by Sage, Palm Desktop, GoldMine and others. CompanionLink’s sync solutions for the Samsung Intercept start at $39.95. More information and a 14-day free trial are available at www.companionlink.com/phones/samsung-intercept.html

Video: How to wirelessly sync the new iPhone 4 with your PC

The new iPhone 4 natively supports basic sync with Outlook contacts and calendar direct via USB using iTunes. CompanionLink lets you sync contacts and calendar from Outlook, Lotus Notes, ACT!, Palm Desktop and others to any Google account. The iPhone 4 can then automatically sync with Google using its wireless data connection. This means you can update your calendar from your iPhone, and it will wirelessly sync back to Google and then down to your PC.

For more info, visit www.companionlink.com/iphone

Sync the iPhone 4 with Outlook and your PC

Hot on the heels of the launch of the new Apple iPhone 4 with iOS 4, CompanionLink announces full support for synchronization with the iPhone 4. CompanionLink allows you to sync contacts, calendar, tasks and notes with the iPhone 4 from PC software such as Microsoft Outlook, Lotus Notes, ACT! by Sage, Palm Desktop, GoldMine, GroupWise and more. CompanionLink is also compatible with previous-generation iPhones running the new iOS 4.

Sync the iPhone 4 with your PC

CompanionLink offers four ways to sync to the iPhone 4:

  1. Local Wi-Fi sync
  2. Wireless sync through Google
  3. CL Wireless Sync using the phone’s data connection
  4. USB sync using Outlook and iTunes

Two-way sync is fully supported with the native contacts and calendar apps on iPhone 4, allowing users to create and edit data from their iPhone 4 and sync back to their PC.  Advanced contact management functionality for iPhone 4 is available through DejaOffice, suite of contacts, calendar, tasks and notes apps for iPhone 4.

CompanionLink’s synchronization solutions for the iPhone 4 are available for a one-time cost starting at $39.95. Free telephone support is included. More details and a free 14-day evaluation are available at www.companionlink.com/iphone

The upcoming HTC Aria

Will all the cool new Android phones recently released like the Droid Incredible and the EVO 4G, AT&T subscribers looking for an Android have reason to feel a little bit left out in the cold, as their only current choice on AT&T is the Motorola Backflip. On June 20th, AT&T subscribers will have another choice – the HTC Aria.


The HTC Aria is a slick little device that features a 3.2-inch display, a 600MHz Qualcomm processor, and Android 2.1 with the HTC Sense user interface. It manages to pack in all these features while keeping the size and weight down to minimal levels. It looks like it will be a great device for professionals focused on mobility.

CompanionLink has prepared for all the soon-to-be Aria owners looking for solutions to sync the HTC Aria with Outlook, ACT!, Palm Desktop, Lotus Notes and other PC applications. From the day the Aria launches, CompanionLink will offer complete two-way synchronization of contacts, calendar, tasks and notes. CompanionLink’s works with DejaOffice, a robust contact management application suite for Android devices. All the info you need to sync the HTC Aria to your PC can be found at www.companionlink.com/phones/htc-aria.html

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