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Synchronization for Windows Mobile Standard (Smartphones) Now Available

Posted on: May 21st, 2008 by Craig Rairdin 3 Comments

With the recent release of PocketBible 4 for Windows Mobile, we have also released the PocketBible for Windows Mobile Synchronization Provider. This synchronization provider allows data synchronization between PocketBible for Windows and PocketBible 4 for Windows Mobile, including Windows Mobile Classic (Pocket PC), Windows Mobile Standard (Smartphone) and Windows Mobile Professional (Pocket PC Phone).

(This synchronization provider also supports PocketBible 3 for Pocket PC.)

Windows Mobile Standard (Smartphone) owners not already using PocketBible 4 for Windows Mobile will need to upgrade to PocketBible 4 for Windows Mobile in order to take advantage of these synchronization features.

The PocketBible for Windows Mobile Synchronization Provider is free. Visit the Synchronization Providers product information page for additional details.

Note to users of the PocketBible for Pocket PC Synchronization Provider

The PocketBible for Windows Mobile Synchronization Provider is an update and replacement to the now obsolete PocketBible for Pocket PC Synchronization Provider. If you have previously installed the PocketBible for Pocket PC Synchronization Provider, you can continue to use this synchronization provider. In fact, the PocketBible for Pocket PC synchronization provider will synchronize data with a Windows Mobile Standard (Smartphone) device; it will just refer to that device as a Pocket PC.

If and when you choose to update to the newer PocketBible for Windows Mobile Synchronization Provider, then you should first remove / uninstall the PocketBible for Pocket PC Synchronization Provider before you install the PocketBible for Windows Mobile Synchronization Provider.

3 Responses

  1. Ian McGregor says:

    Hi

    I’d be great to hear more about a Palm synchronization provider you started to talk about a long long time ago. I still use MyBible on my Palm on a daily basis and would love to be able to sync notes with the Windows version on my laptop.

  2. Tim says:

    Yup, same here. I love my Palm Pilot and also MyBible, and use both daily. When will a sync. provider be available?

  3. Jeff Wheeler says:

    Synchronization will be part of MyBible 5, which is in beta test. Perhaps you missed the beta testing invitation posted here at this blog a few weeks ago. :)

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