Freeware of the moment: OggSync for 2-way Google Calendar synching to your WinMo device

OggsyncscreenshotsWe’ve talked about GooSync in the past; now it’s time to reverse those first three letters and mention OggSync! MoDaCo caught on to this application and what’s nice here is a free basic version as well as a paid commercial version. For free you get these features:

  • Full 2 way sync from your phone to one of your Google calendars
  • Supports Google Hosted Domains
  • No 3rd party involvement, keep things simple with just your phone and Google Calendar.
  • Full support for repeating events, and changes to those repeating events
  • Uses over the air or cradled connections so you can always be up to date
  • Compatible with Outlook and ActiveSync
  • For a $30 a year subscription (or $4 a month), you can add:

  • Multiple calendar sync – Sync any number of Google public and private calendars
  • Automatic Synchronization! Let OggSync keep your phone and Google in sync in the background.
  • Default Calendar Mapping: Optionally have events with no matching Google Calendar category get put in your default Google Calendar
  • And of course, existing subscribers get automatic full upgrade to OggSync Pro, thank you for your patronage!
  • Although I’ve recently converted to Google’s RSS Reader, I still haven’t moved away from Outlook / Exchange for my calendar needs. Then again, I pay for a hosted Exchange server, so maybe the free Google and OggSync method is the way to go.


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