Everyone is looking for an easy way to synchronize BlackBerry data, be it to keep as a backup or "just to have it". CyberSynchs is the latest wireless synchronization tool for your BlackBerry to get in on the action. After registering online and download their client, you are ready for setup. You have the option to sync contacts, calendars, notes, call logs, voice mails, and GPS. You can also set sync to manual, or choose to have your data backed up automatically with times from 1 to 10 hours. They have told me that photo and ringtone sync is coming very soon, which will make this application a bit more compelling. It is now in beta and available for download with a 7-day free trial. After the trial, you need to pay a monthly subscription of $2.99. I have personally been using this for about a week now, and it has worked without any problems at all. However, having access to the free wireless synchronization solutions out there like mIQ and Google Sync, this may not fall onto your device as a "must have" application.
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