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Focused on the cloud as we are, we haven’t paid much attention to Marketcircle’s Daylite. It’s a desktop PIM/CRM (Mac only) and it’s not cheap ($149). Now the company is getting ready to introduce Daylite Touch, a companion product that allows for over-the-air sync of calendar, […]

Focused on the cloud as we are, we haven’t paid much attention to Marketcircle’s Daylite. It’s a desktop PIM/CRM (Mac only) and it’s not cheap ($149).

Now the company is getting ready to introduce Daylite Touch, a companion product that allows for over-the-air sync of calendar, tasks and project information to an iPhone or iPod Touch. Might make it worth a more serious look, especially for those looking for a way to ditch Exchange or MobileMe.

Even though Daylite Touch won’t be released for a few months yet (targeting Q1 2009), The Apple Blog will be getting a look at the new app at next this week’s Macworld Expo.

  1. Macworld 2009 is this week! Starts today and the trade show starts tomorrow (not next week). Also, Marketcircle is aiming for Daylite touch to be available ASAP (within the next month). See http://marketcircle.com/

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  2. Thanks for the clarification, Jill. Don’t know what I was thinking about Macworld. I’ve updated the post.

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  3. [...] Daylite Touch (Mac, iPhone) [...]

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