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November 23, 2009

Syncables rolls out new version of syncing software

Comes with Windows 7 compatibility, enhanced user interface, integrated Flickr and mobile phone syncing

By CBR Staff Writer

Syncables has launched 360 v6, an upgrade to its syncing software. Syncables 360 enables users to sync and share content between their computers, mobile devices and social media and picture-sharing websites.

According to Syncables, the 360 v6 features a mobile phone syncing with a PC, two way syncing of media between Blackberry or Windows Mobile phones and a Windows PC; syncs Outlook, Windows Mail and Thunderbird contacts between Windows, Mac and Linux computers; integrated Flickr photo sharing service that allows users to upload and share photos or playback all Flickr published content. Facebook, YouTube and SmugMug are also available.

In addition, Syncables 360 has an enhanced user interface for easier management and viewing of data, as well as a setup allows users through the simple process of making two or more computers syncable.

Ola Ajayi, vice president of products, said: “Syncables 360 is a major enhancement to our award winning sync software and an ideal upgrade for millions of consumers using lighter versions of Syncables.

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The addition of mobile phone syncing, along with the integration of Flickr, further establishes Syncables as the central hub for consumers to easily manage and share their digital content across their PCs, laptops, notebooks, netbooks, mobile phones and popular social media websites, regardless of operating systems or device types.”

The new version of Syncables 360 software is available in standard, premium and home network editions.

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