BitPal
BitPal
3.7.9

4.0

BitPal free download for Mac

BitPal3.7.9

17 August 2006

Address Book and a To Do task manager.

Overview

BitPal is an Address Book, Calendar, Shopping List and a To Do task manager. It's nicely designed and easy to use. And it's designed to be mobile. With full syncing, it works great for people who go back and forth between Macs and PCs.

Drag the BitPal folder to your USB Flash Drive, and everything you need goes with you. Take your address book info to work, while keeping it off company computers. Have your Calendar & To Do List in the palm of your hand.

Use both a Mac and a PC? No problem. Drag both versions of BitPal to your Pen Drive, and they'll share the same database, so you can easily move from computer to computer, yet keep your data available. And your BitPal serial number will work for both Mac and Windows versions!

BitPal features

  • Cross-Platform - Runs on both Windows XP and OS X
  • Syncs with Apple's Address Book or Microsoft's Outlook
  • Integrated - Both versions share one database
  • One serial number licenses both Mac & Windows versions
  • Blowfish encryption of your data
Address Book features:
  • Syncs with Apple's Address Book or Microsoft's Outlook
  • Assign nice icons to each contact - 30 included!
  • Bonus pack of 50 icons upon purchase
  • Helpful "Map It" button - one click map of a contact's address
  • Clean interface - doesn't display empty fields
Calendar features:
  • Syncs with Apple's Address Book or Microsoft's Outlook
  • Use multiple calendars (one for Home, one for Work, etc), and turn each calendar on/off with one click.
  • Tracks recurring events (Weekly, Every Other Week, Monthly, Yearly)
  • Tracks status of each event (Tentative, Confirmed, Cancelled)

What's new in BitPal

Version 3.7.9: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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2 Reviews of BitPal

Anonymous
28 September 2004
Version: 2.5

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This concept has great potential. Rather than lug around a laptop just so your personal schedule and contacts are always with you, your USB thumb drive can be used in your Mac at home, then brought to your PC at work. The To-Do list seems too bare-bones, however, and I don't see a way to have a to-do list item show up on the calendar.
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Chris
05 November 2004
Version: 2.5
I really like BitPal. I like it so much, I purchased it via PayPal. That's the Good. The Bad is that I was supposed to get a serial number to "keep" the copy of BitPal I purchased. Not only did I not receive the serial number - I also have received no response from my 4 emails sent to over the past few days. I have 14 uses left. I really hope that BitPal chooses to answer my emails, and I get a serial number. Maybe they will respond to this…
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Anonymous
28 September 2004
Version: 2.5
This concept has great potential. Rather than lug around a laptop just so your personal schedule and contacts are always with you, your USB thumb drive can be used in your Mac at home, then brought to your PC at work. The To-Do list seems too bare-bones, however, and I don't see a way to have a to-do list item show up on the calendar.
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