Spanning Sync Launches Version 1.0 for iCal and Google Calendar, Sets Pricing

Previously, we’ve discussed Spanning Sync, a pioneering tool for synchronizing iCal with Google Calendar, a few times. It has been in beta phase, which is popular among tech enthusiasts.

Today marks a significant milestone as Spanning Sync has officially exited beta and launched as a fully commercial product. This upgrade enables robust two-way synchronization between iCal and Google Calendar, and extends syncing capabilities across multiple Macs and Google accounts.

It also supports syncing with iSync-compatible gadgets, including iPods and mobile phones. Yes, the upcoming iPhone will also be compatible.

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