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best MobileMe replacement for Android

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  1. newton031

    newton031 Member This Topic's Starter

    Feb 4, 2010
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    I've very much enjoyed using Mobile Me for my iPhone - push email, syncing contacts + calendar, large online storage (both for my private use and for hosting pictures and videos, etc). How can I replace these functions on Android? I use OS X 10.6, Mail.app (will jump to Outlook when it releases), Contacts.app, and iPhoto. Thanks!

  2. fangorious

    fangorious Guest

    You can configure Mail.app and Calendar.app to access your Gmail and Google Calendar. Google Docs now allows uploading almost any file type, and there are multiple Google Docs apps for Android. When I mount my sd card on my mac via USB, iPhoto opens up automatically to import photos (both the G1 and MyTouch). You can also upload picture directly to picasa from your phone. I haven't used picasa so I don't know if there is any iPhoto/Picasa integration. I don't think the Contacts app will sync with Google contacts unless you have synced an iPhone. There is a hack to trick the app into thinking you have connected an iPhone to make the feature visible.
  3. r1sync.com

    r1sync.com New Member

    Jul 17, 2010
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    Hello all, I provide a mobile me replacement for the android phones called R1Sync.com. Our service is a Cloud Syncing of Email, Calender and Contacts andyour Notes.
    We support most smart phones including Android, Iphone and WM supporting ActiveSync and PC's with MS Outlook, MAC Entourage, Apple iCal, Apple Mail, and Apple Address Book, you also are provided with a web-mail of the same information. We also support multiple user for small to medium business that include shared folder of contacts, mail and calendars under your own domain name.

    http://www.r1sync.com Link here!

    R1Sync.com team
  4. Vicntc

    Vicntc Member

    Sep 19, 2010
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    I went to the web site to read more details about the MobileMe replacement. I found/saw the graphic that says you have that option (kerio-inside) but it was not clickable nor could I find a clear link to more details on that capability.

    Can you provide a link to the "kerio-inside" app info? or do you have to employ the full suite just to get the MobileMe feature?


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