We want to take a quick minute or two to show you DejaOffice running on the HTC EVO 4G. DejaOffice is a suite of robust contacts, calendar, tasks and notes for Android. Using CompanionLink, the HTC EVO 4G can sync with Outlook, Palm Desktop, Lotus Notes, ACT!, and more. Data from the PC syncs to DejaOffice on the device. Take a look, and then download DejaOffice at www.dejaoffice.com
The brand new HTC EVO 4G, out June 4 on Sprint, is quite the landmark phone. It boasts a huge screen, top of the line specifications that make Android fly, and the first 4G data connection for high-speed internet access. Early reviews have been overwhelmingly positive, and it looks like the HTC EVO 4G will set the bar for the next generation of mobile devices.
We here at CompanionLink can’t wait to get our hands on one tomorrow and see DejaOffice, our new Android app, running on that gorgeous screen. DejaOffice is a suite of super-charged calendar, contacts, tasks and notes apps for the EVO 4G. It has advanced features that provide more flexibility and functionality than the native apps, such as category colors, variable font sizes and more search and sort fields. DejaOffice is available from the Android Market at no charge, just search the Market for “DejaOffice” on your EVO 4G.
The myTouch 3G Slide is the newest Android phone to join the ranks over at T-Mobile. It features a nice little slide-out keyboard, which is rare amongst the many touchscreen-only Android devices out there. Like many other Android phones, the myTouch 3G Slide is compatible with DejaOffice and CompanionLink’s sync solutions. For more info on how to sync the myTouch 3G Slide with Outlook and other desktop software, check out www.companionlink.com/phones/tmo-mytouch3gslide.html
Image courtesy of T-Mobile.
myTouch 3G Slide now available on T-Mobile was last modified: June 2nd, 2010 by Andy Sheragy
The new Android-powered LG Ally is now available. CompanionLink is proud to offer complete two-way sync of calendar, contacts, tasks and notes between the LG Ally and the PC.
CompanionLink offers two different ways to sync with the LG Ally – wired USB sync and wireless sync via Google. CompanionLink’s wired USB sync with LG Ally works in conjunction with DejaOffice, an Android app that runs on the phone. DejaOffice provides advanced calendar, contacts, tasks, and notes apps that offer users more business-friendly functionality than the native apps on the phone. Users also have the option to sync calendar and contacts to the native apps on the LG Ally. CompanionLink’s wireless sync to LG Ally via Google lets users sync contacts and calendar data to any Google account, which then syncs to the phone through its wireless data connection.
CompanionLink supports LG Ally synchronization with multiple applications, including Microsoft Outlook, ACT! by Sage, Palm Desktop, Lotus Notes, GoldMine and GroupWise. CompanionLink also fully supports the new Outlook 2010 64-bit. CompanionLink’s sync solutions for the LG Ally start at $39.95, with a free 14-day trial available at www.companionlink.com/lg-ally.
Image courtesy of Verizon Wireless
The LG Ally is here – Sync it with your PC was last modified: May 20th, 2010 by Andy Sheragy
The newest Android phone on the market is the HTC DROID INCREDIBLE with HTC Sense UI. This beast features all the latest hardware, including an 8-megapixel camera and a 1GHz Snapdragon processor. The DROID INCREDIBLE sports a 3.7″ AMOLED screen, and runs Android 2.1. The DROID INCREDIBLE comes with HTC Sync out of the box to synchronize contacts and calendar with Microsoft Outlook. CompanionLink extends the sync functionality of the DROID INCREDIBLE by offering full support for contacts, calendar, tasks and notes, as well as the option for wireless sync.
CompanionLink synchronizes from PC to the DROID INCREDIBLE in two ways – secure wired sync and automatic wireless sync via Google. CompanionLink’s wired USB sync with DROID INCREDIBLE works through an Android app that runs on the phone. The app has custom calendar, tasks, and notes modules, while contacts sync to the native contact database on the DROID INCREDIBLE. CompanionLink’s wireless sync to DROID INCREDIBLE via Google lets people sync contacts and calendar data to Google, which then syncs to the phone through its wireless data connection. Two-way sync is supported in both methods so that changes made on the phone are updated on the PC upon synchronization.
PC software such as Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Business Contact Manager, IBM Lotus Notes, ACT! by Sage, Novell GroupWise, and Palm Desktop are supported. CompanionLink also supports the newest 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Outlook 2010. CompanionLink’s solutions are available for a one-time cost starting at $39.95. Free telephone support is included. More details and a 14-day evaluation version of the software are available at www.companionlink.com.
Sync the new HTC DROID INCREDIBLE with your PC was last modified: August 2nd, 2015 by Andy Sheragy
Some drool-inducing new phones from Dell have just been spotted by the fine folks over at Engadget. Dell’s upcoming lineup includes new Android-powered and Windows 7 Series devices, as well as a pair of Android tablets. 2010 is shaping up to be a very good year for Android fans.
As these new phones launch, thousands of consumers will be looking for ways to sync these phones to their PCs. That’s where CompanionLink comes in. DejaOffice, a mobile office application suite for Android, will provide these new phones with business friendly contacts, calendar, tasks and notes apps. DejaOffice users will also be able to sync their new Dell phones to their PCs using CompanionLink. Compatible desktop software includes Outlook, Lotus Notes, ACT! by Sage, Palm Desktop and Goldmine.
Little is currently known about how the Windows 7 Series phones will sync with the PC. CompanionLink will continue to monitor this new smartphone platform, and as more details arise, will evaluate whether support for Windows 7 Series will be offered.
Dell Announces New Android Phones was last modified: April 22nd, 2010 by Andy Sheragy
CompanionLink Software is proud to support the new Motorola DEVOUR with MOTOBLUR. The Motorola DEVOUR builds on the great features of the popular DROID phone. The DEVOUR runs the Android operating system, allowing users access to the thousands of apps currently available.
With CompanionLink, users can synchronize contacts, calendar, tasks, and notes from popular information management software such as Microsoft Outlook, Lotus Notes, ACT! by Sage, Novell GroupWise, Palm Desktop and GoldMine to the Google account set up with the DEVOUR. Once data is synchronized to the Google account, the integration between Google and the DEVOUR will ensure data is transferred to the phone. CompanionLink is a cost-effective answer to people asking how they can get their desktop data on their DEVOUR in either a wireless via Google or wired USB fashion.
With the introduction of the Apple iPad, business professionals have another option to be productive while away from their office or desks. Apple announced that the iPad is compatible with the thousands of apps that are currently available for the iPhone.
CompanionLink plans to fully utilize the tablet-friendly format of the iPad by launching a suite of business apps to manage large volumes of contacts, calendar events, tasks and notes. Managing this wealth of data will be even easier with voice commands and dictation features that CompanionLink will integrate into their apps.
A sign-up form for updates and announcements about CompanionLink’s new business apps for iPad is available at www.companionlink.com/ipad.
CompanionLink announces two-way PC sync with Nexus One on the same day Google unveils the device to customers. PC users who need to get their contacts, calendar, tasks and notes onto the device have two options – wired USB sync and wireless sync.
Microsoft Outlook, Lotus Notes, GroupWise, ACT!, GoldMine, and Palm Desktop are support.
Google will launch their branded phone sometime in 2010. The device will be sold directly to customers as an unlocked GSM device. This means any SIM card, from any wireless carrier, should work with the phone. Details of the type of data plan the phones will support on each network are still unclear.
Here’s the CNET article, which links to a number of other sources.
CompanionLink will support two-way sync between PC and Google Phone if the device – like all other Google Android-based phones – runs on the Android OS platform. CompanionLink will offer both wireless and wired sync.
Google Phone coming in 2010 was last modified: December 13th, 2009 by Rushang