By February 9, 2009

Google Sync Beta for Windows Mobile and iPhone

image Google have just announced Google Sync Beta for Windows Mobile, iPhone, Blackberry and Nokia S60 devices and if you not already using an Exchange Server for contacts and calendar this is a service you need to check out if your a Gmail user.

Synchronize the built-in calendar and contacts on your Windows Mobile phone with your Google account.

  • Get Google Calendar events on your device
  • Synchronize your Contacts with Google
  • Have changes pushed directly to your phone


Synchronize your contacts. Get your Google contacts quickly and easily to your phone. With Sync, you can have access to your address book at anytime and place that you need it.

Get calendar alerts. Using your phone’s native calendar, you can now access your Google calendar, and be alerted for upcoming appointments with sound or vibration.

Always in sync. Your calendar and contacts stay synchronized whether you access them from your phone or from your computer. Add or edit contacts or calendar entries right on your device or on your Google account on the web.

Important! Google Sync uses the Microsoft© Exchange ActiveSync© protocol. When setting up a new Exchange ActiveSync account on your phone, all existing Contacts and Calendar events may be removed. Please make sure to back up any important data before you set up Google Sync.

Windows Mobile Version

iPhone Version

Blackberry Version

S60 Version

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