Silent Sync - The background cellphone synchronizer
Silent Sync will automatically synchronize your phone's calendar with Google Calendar, without requiring any intervention from you and without costing you money from your phone's data plan.
Instead, it accesses your phone via Bluetooth once you get in range of your computer, and silently proceeds to synchronize your calendar.
Of course, if you do not have a Bluetooth enabled phone, or no Bluetooth dongle, Silent Sync will work just as well with your USB cable. Plus, since it is based on plain serial communication, you can use it across a Remote Desktop connection!
- Uploads calendar events to Google Calendar;
- Works over any serial connection (Bluetooth, USB, Remote Desktop Connection);
- Cleans out old appointments to make room in your phone's memory;
- Supports multiple phones simultaneously.
- Is unobtrusive and works in the background.
- gcalsync - Also synchronizes your phone with Google calendar, but does it over the air. I couldn't get gcalsync to work on my phone though, because of permission issues: my phone wouldn't accept the signed version, and wouldn't grant access to my calendar to the unsigned version. So I decided to write my own solution to circumvent these limitations :).
Silent Sync and this website are copyright © 2007–2008 by Rico Huijbers
I will not put my e-mail address here, but if you want to contact me, you can leave a note on SilentSync's SourceForge support request tracker.