03-30-2012 05:59 PM
I have a question for folks using the AlarmClock/Calendar app from 5Dom, Cozy Calendar, or Fliq Calendar with Missing Sync:
1) Can you use the calendar app when you don't have a connection to view the calendar, add an item, and then have it sync later when you have a connection?
2) I use a MacBook and iCal. iCal points to GoogleCalendars. Can I use Missing Sync to sync between the Fliq Calendar and iCal?
03-30-2012 06:06 PM
OK: I answered the last question myself. I'll be frank: I hesitate to shell out the money for the Missing Sync because all I would need it for is syncing the calendar. I don't need it to sync anything else. If I did, the expense might be worth it.
So, folks, I only have the first question left.
03-30-2012 07:19 PM
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03-31-2012 09:18 AM
Thanks. I saw a review of Cozi that indicated that you couldn't use it offline. I'll do my due diligence and check out the web site. I'd like to add a query out there about Clearsync: can you use it offline and with iCal.
You definately can use it off line and sync it later.
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03-31-2012 12:20 PM
AmyMacEvilly: Missing Sync allows multiple devices to "sync" with the home device (usually your main computer) We have a Nook Color, a Nook Tablet and a Nexus S phone all happily maintaining current calendars, todos, and notes. It is not expensive in the PC world, let's face it what program can you buy that is less than $40? We purchased Missing Sync on sale at $29... Anyway, it works with out fail and was the solution for us. I know you said you only needed the calendar to sync, we found that having notes also sync has become very useful. Comments about meetings that are written by one of us can be read and modified by the other.