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Google Sync for Your Mobile Phone

Feb 9, 2009 by     5 Comments    Posted under: Freeware, Gooogle, Mobile

Google Sync for your mobile phone 

Have you heard about Google Sync for your Mobile Phone ? Google Sync will let you synchronize your contacts and calendar on your phone with your Google account. Although It will still depends on your phone. In Addition you can even get your saved Google calendar events to your phone .

Here are the features as shown in Google Sync Page

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 contacts stay synchronized whether you access them from your phone or from your computer. Add or edit contact information right on your device or on your Google account on the web.

It currently supports iPhone, BlackBerry , Nokia S60, Nokia standard, Sony Ericsson, Windows Mobile

As of today it only works with only 20 countries and sad to say not including Saudi Arabia. I don’t know if it works in Philippines.

As for me I am getting my Email from G-mail thru my Nokia E71 via POP. Now adays more and more application is being built which is suitable for mobile devices, Now my question is your site Mobile Ready ? Well Tech At Hand Dot Net is Mobile Ready .

5 Comments + Add Comment

  • Thanks for the great post, I love Google

    • @Beau Rudd,

      You are welcome 🙂 It is great to share knowledge to others . Hope you find my site interesting

      • @Dexter | Tech At Hand Dot Net,

        Great site thanks for putting it together.

      • @Beau Rudd,
        Your welcome it is my intention when I built up this site :), Let me know if I can help you.

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