macOS New App Release – SyncMate 6.7

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Product Announcement – Eltima Software of Frankfurt, Germany has released SyncMate 6.7, new revamped version of their powerful synchronization tool for OS X. The latest version of SyncMate brings overall improvements to sync process and improved support for iOS devices on macOS Sierra 10.12.

SyncMate is a powerful sync tool that supports data synchronization between Mac and numerous devices and online accounts. One can sync Mac with Android and iOS devices, other Mac computers, online accounts (iCloud, Dropbox, Google), any mounted and MTP devices. SyncMate also offers syncing with Microsoft services – Office 365 Home and Business accounts, Outlook, OneDrive.

SyncMate allows syncing personal data like contacts and calendars, media files (music, videos, playlists, images), folders with files, bookmarks, and more. The main advantage of SyncMate is that it syncs data directly between applications on Mac and supported devices and accounts, not just saving it as a backup file. With SyncMate one can mount devices as Mac disks, manage mobile texts on Mac, and lots more.

System Requirements:

  • OS X 10.8.5 and later
  • Android 3.x – 7.x; iOS 5.x -10.x
  • Office 365 Business requires OS X 10.9 and later

This update is absolutely free for all SyncMate 6 users. All registered users of previous versions of SyncMate can upgrade with 50% discount. Do not forget to test Free edition before purchase. SyncMate is available from the company website for $39.95.

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One thought on “macOS New App Release – SyncMate 6.7”

  1. Thank you for sharing!
    i am interested in this technology, i even wrote a post about it in my blog an presented a way to sync Android devices to external USB storage devices attached to the router!! you can check my post at my blog!

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