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PROS: Supports most modern smartphones, together with the latest versions of Outlook. Supports OTA (Over the Air) Synchronisation, as well as wired.
CONS: Can’t think of any!
VERDICT: A great piece of software for any smart-phone user! I would highly recommend it to anyone!
PRICE: Depends what you want. It varies from $39.95 – $99.95. Watch this space though, there may be a giveaway soon!
VERSION REVIEWED: 3.0
DOWNLOAD: CompanionLink (free 14-day trial)

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CompanionLink Features

There are many ways to connect your phone, like syncing with Google. This is what it does best, as it’ll sync everything on Google’s servers, to complement your GMail, and it is then synced from Google to your phone!

CompanionLink supports iPhone, Android, Palm webOS or Palm OS, BlackBerry, Symbian (most Nokia phones) and Windows Mobile, and, if your phone supports syncing with Google, it’ll support that too. It also supports almost every version of Outlook, including the upcoming Outlook 2010, in 64-bit!


Download CompanionLink

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3 thoughts on “CompanionLink enables you to sync your Outlook with your mobile”

  1. sulasno says:

    I am happy using Nokia PC Suite

  2. Guest says:

    Nokia PC Suite is great for Nokia phones – however this is the next best thing! You should really try out the trial, as you can sync everything OTA (Over the Air), no matter where you are.

  3. Doesn’t iPhone already do this? I know for a fact that Android does…

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