All sync service Mac user can choose from
The free sync services Mac users with SyncMate can access keep your calendar and contacts organized and updated in your Mac and all other devices or accounts you use. The background sync feature makes the process faster and easier. The free version is great if you want to try SyncMate before upgrading or if you just need the basics!
Nothing is worse than missing an appointment or important date because your Calendar on your Mac wasn’t synced with your iPhone or vice versa! SyncMate helps you stay organized and in control with the ability to sync Mac to device, device to Mac, and both simultaneously.
Never lose track of contacts with SyncMate. Using the sync service Mac users can choose the order of contact names, how they display, sync phone numbers to contacts and more. Manage and sync contacts on your Mac with your phone or device, or sync contract data from your device to your Mac.
The background sync feature does what is says: it syncs and updates files silently in the background while you work on other things. Background sync ensures that you can sync files from your Mac to your devices and cloud accounts without interrupting your work and makes the process even faster.
For the full SyncMate experience with all the features you need to sync your Mac with your devices, you need the expert version. With SyncMate expert you can sync SMS text messages from your phone to Mac, do backups, share folders, transfer photos, and sync Apple Music.
Working on a Mac but want to check, send, delete, and organize SMS from your phone? SyncMate makes it possible. Turn on sync services Mac to connect your Android or iOS device and start managing your text messages from the computer.
Some of our most cherished files we store are photos and videos. SyncMate makes it easy to sync and transfer pictures and videos from Photos app on your Mac to any device or another Mac and edit images or convert video file formats while you sync.
The SyncMate backup service gives users peace of mind by ensuring that their data and important files are secure and synced across devices. It will automatically upload new data, so you never have to worry about losing anything if something happens to your Mac or device.
Sync even more
SyncMate expert was designed to do it all with features like mounting your device as a disk for browsing, autosync, and cloud service syncing. If that’s not enough, SyncMate expert also lets you sync your call history, Safari bookmarks, and reminders to keep you organized no matter what.
When you connect a device to your Mac using SyncMate, you can mount it as a disk or MTP device to browse files on that device’s internal and external storage from your computer. You can also extend your storage by mounting cloud services like Google Drive, OneDrive, or Dropbox as a disk.
AutoSync ensures that your data is always in sync and updated on your Mac and whatever device or computer you connect through SyncMate, so you never lose files. Best of all, with the background sync services feature, you won’t even notice your files syncing while you continue to work seamlessly from Mac to Mac or on your devices.
Using cloud services like iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive can mean tracking files across these different accounts. SyncMate turns your Mac into a hub that can easily transfer and sync files in your cloud software, making life much easier.
Get a lot of calls? SyncMate lets you upload and check your call history from your phone on your Mac, so you can see incoming, outgoing, and missed calls plus details like the caller number, duration, date, and time. You can even export the data into TXT, CSV, and HTML formats to save for your records.
Manage your Safari bookmarks from your Mac with SyncMate. You can edit, add, and delete Bookmarks and folders remotely using the app to keep your Safari Bookmarks synced across all devices.
Keep all the Reminders you set for yourself in order with SyncMate expert. You can sync Reminders from Mac to your device, device to Mac, or both ways, and you can organize your Reminders into a folder or delete them remotely from your Mac.