Spanning Sync for Synchonizing iCal, Outlook and Google Calendar

On November 5, 2011, I posted about my frustration at being unable to automate synchronization between various calendars–iCal, Outlook and Google.  In mid December, I received a comment from Terrence Tan (thanks!) who called my attention to third-party software called Spanning Synch.

This elegant piece of software costs $25 for a one-year subscription or $65 to own it “forever.”  Spanning Synch allows you to share calendars between multiple Macs as well as connect Google Calendar to your iPod or iPhone and other devices.  I use it to synchronize between iCal, Outlook and Google Calendar. You may use this link to download Spanning Synch and get a $5 discount.

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  1. Pingback: Synchronizing Calendars (NOT) — Outlook on a Mac and Google Calendar | urbanexus

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