A few days ago I got an email from Goosync stating that since discontinuing the Goosync FREE service back in October 2009, they had received overwhelming demand to bring it back, so…. they did!

What is Goosync? (from www.goosync.com/About.aspx)


GooSync is a server based synchronisation service that allows you to synchronise almost any mobile device over-the-air with your Google Calendar, tasks and contacts.

Supported Devices

GooSync works on any device that is SyncML compliant which includes the latest Nokia, Sony Ericsson and Motorola phones. It also works on Windows Pocket PC, Windows SmartPhone, Palm OS, Treo, BlackBerry and Apple iPhone by installing a SyncML client. You can view a full list of supported devices here.

How does it work?

GooSync uses an open standard called SyncML (Synchronisation Markup Language) designed for platform-independent information synchronisation. This allows you to synchronise your calendar, contacts, tasks between your mobile device and GooSync in both directions. You can synchronise your mobile device to GooSync over-the-air using GPRS or via Wi-fi.

Visit Goosync.com to sign up for your free account today.