It’s been a long, long time coming, but according to RIM, the BlackBerry Desktop Software for Mac will be available today. Mac owners have always relied on third-party solutions for syncing their BlackBerries up to the Mac, but no longer.
BlackBerry Desktop Software, formerly known as BlackBerry Desktop Manager, provides complete control over phone handsets from the Mac. Which means Mac users will now be able to sync PIM information and iTunes playlists with genuine RIM software. Phone updates and app installations can be handled from the Mac when OTA options are not available. The program should be available in the afternoon via the link above.