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For some odd reason I have never gotten around to writing about Sharpcast, a company that has gotten rave reviews from the traditional guys and the new new media barons. What Sharpcast does is sync all sorts of files between your phone and computers. Its like […]

For some odd reason I have never gotten around to writing about Sharpcast, a company that has gotten rave reviews from the traditional guys and the new new media barons. What Sharpcast does is sync all sorts of files between your phone and computers. Its like Sync-4-everything and doesn’t take much effort. Its like Blackberry for all your digital files. Anyway today I got my reason why I have not written about Sharpcast: lack of mac support for its brilliant photo syncing service. Well, that excuse is out of the window.

Sharpcast just launched an iPhoto uploader for Mac, which allows the click crazy to export iPhoto albums directly from their Macs into their Sharpcast Photos Web albums and are automatically synced all the way down to the person’s mobile phone and PC desktop. While you are at it, check out their Hummingbird technology.

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