Missing Sync for iPhone
Missing Sync for iPhone
2.0.7

4.5

Missing Sync for iPhone free download for Mac

Missing Sync for iPhone

2.0.7
20 January 2012

Transfer from Windows Mobile, BlackBerry or Palm OS to iPhone.

Overview

Missing Sync for iPhone allows you to edit a note on your iPhone and synchronize the edits on your Mac. Complete a task on your Mac and that task is marked complete on your computer. Create a file and it can be transferred automatically to your iPhone. The Missing Sync for iPhone 2.0 recognizes changes and synchronizes them between your computer and your iPhone.

The Missing Sync for iPhone works hand-in-hand with the iPhone apps, Fliq Notes, Fliq Docs and Fliq Tasks to sync your notes, documents and todos and keeps them the same between your iPhone or iPod touch and Mac. And soon, Windows PC too.

Transfer and save iPhone voicemail, text messages, voice memos and recent call history to your Mac where they can be viewed or played, searched and sorted.

Create ringtones from your favorite tunes. (Music protected by DRM cannot be used as a ringtone.)

FEATURES

Sync Notes
Notes are synchronized with Entourage, Yojimbo and Mark/Space Notebook.

Sync Documents
Files you take with you are updated to your iPhone in Fliq Docs.

Sync Tasks
Take your todos with you. iCal and Fliq Tasks are always in sync.

Save Voicemail Messages to the Mac
Transfer iPhone voice messages to Mark/Space Notebook to save and listen to them on your Mac.

Transfer Voice Memos
Bring Voice Memos you record on your iPhone to your Mac. Keep them alongside your text notes in Mark/Space Notebook.

Archive Text Messages
Backup your text messages to your Mac.

Archive Call History
Copy your call history to your Mac where you can search and sort it.

Migration Assistant
Transfer contacts and more from your old smartphone to iPhone.*


What's new in Missing Sync for iPhone

Version 2.0.7: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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8 Missing Sync for iPhone Reviews

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LeMerlot
26 March 2009

Most helpful

I've bought The Missing Sync for iPhone some months ago. Now with the update to 1.0.2 it's the first time (!) it works for me. BUT: While I understand that Apple's API doesn't allow two way syncing so far nevertheless there would have been a lot of room for improvement which could have be done already in the past from the Missing Sync's manufacturer MarkSpace. Unfortunately they missed it and so Missing Sync for iPhone is still a very rudimentary solution even mostly without standard features like e.g. sorting dates up or down in SMS Log, showing your contact in sent SMS in SMS Log etc. So I think it's still highly overpriced and therefore not recommendable at all !
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Version 1.0.2
neartheredrocks
26 January 2013
Is this some kind of iCloud substitute for pre OS X 10.7 users? And even if, how is this $40 application better than Evernote (free) and Dropbox (free) and the likes?
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Version 2.0.7
Mac-Geek
28 March 2012
FWIW, here's what Markspace had to say about the 2.0.7 release in their blog: "The Mac version of Missing Sync for iPhone recently received a maintenance update, version 2.0.7 (41). For those new to the application, key features include: * Create your own custom ringtones from your music library * Sync Notes, Tasks and Documents (with Fliq Notes, Fliq Tasks, Fliq Documents on your mobile) * Archive voice mails, text messages, and call history This update includes: * Support for the latest iOS devices running iOS 5 * Support for Mac OS X 10.7 "Lion" * Dramatic performance increases in the included SMS Log application Now that we have added support for 10.7/Lion, this release drops support for Mac OS X 10.4 and older Macs with PowerPC processors."
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Version 2.0.7
Gordan
22 August 2009
well, I have this app over 2 years, and I must admit, there was few problems with My HTC Keiser and Missing Sync for Windows Mobile, but now at the current version, I realy must tell that this app is just fine. Not to die for, but everything work. MacBook Pro 2,4Ghz 4.1 leopard 10.5.8 and HP ipaq 914c
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Version 2.0.3
Ashmadux
28 April 2009
good luck to you all who dare purchase this software. after a disaster with the palm version and the "work once, never again" madness of the WinMo version, you would have to be be crazy about trusting these guys with any software. I will never understand how bad developers figure that lackluster products and support will get you far, because it certainly wont- hence this comment.
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Version 2.0.1
Vid99
28 April 2009
Installed the new Fliq Notes, and now have full two sync of my Notes over Wifi. Awesome update! Now if Apple opens up Bluetooth, then BT sync would be even better.
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Version 2.0.1
Cookie08
17 April 2009
Missing sync 2 withe the Fliq modules on the iPhone works fantastic once the updated iasks module is released shortly the todo from iCal will be on the phone. Launch the Fliq documents on the iPhone press sync button and the missing sync on the mac launches and syncs the data over wifi. the latest v2 updates work great.
Like (2)
Version 2.0
1 answer(s)
Mark-Whitcombe
Mark-Whitcombe
17 April 2009
Agreed - v2 of the iPhone Missing Synch is excellent! Having my old Palm notes now synch both ways to and from my iPhone is wonderful! ... Now only if we could edit .doc files using something ...
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Version 2.0
Themercenary
05 April 2009
In the past I've had good experiences using Missing Sync for Palm. Apparently that caused me to not read the product descriptions for this iPhone edition. Within several hours of purchasing I had discovered that the software simply doesn't do what I had inferred from the publisher's descriptions. As perhaps a merely semantic point: there is no 'Sync' (i.e. synchronizing, as in keeping the data in two locations matching) going on at all. If, as the previous poster suggests, this is a limitation that Apple has made insurmountable then this piece of software should simply not have been published under currently inappropriate name it bears.
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Version 1.0.2
LeMerlot
26 March 2009
I've bought The Missing Sync for iPhone some months ago. Now with the update to 1.0.2 it's the first time (!) it works for me. BUT: While I understand that Apple's API doesn't allow two way syncing so far nevertheless there would have been a lot of room for improvement which could have be done already in the past from the Missing Sync's manufacturer MarkSpace. Unfortunately they missed it and so Missing Sync for iPhone is still a very rudimentary solution even mostly without standard features like e.g. sorting dates up or down in SMS Log, showing your contact in sent SMS in SMS Log etc. So I think it's still highly overpriced and therefore not recommendable at all !
Like (3)
Version 1.0.2
$39.96

4.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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