BirdieSync for Thunderbird

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About this app

Synchronize your contacts and events between your Android device and Mozilla Thunderbird, Lightning and Sunbird on your PC. Keep your information up to date automatically: every modification on any device is automatically transferred to the other device.

Keep your data private: your personal data is not stored in the cloud. It is directly synchronized between your device and your desktop computer through a secure connection and never goes through any third-party server.

BirdieSync supports: contact photos, multiple address books and calendars, contact groups and categories, recurring events and alarms, ICS, calDAV, WCAP, Google Calendar types.

Note: this app requires BirdieSync on your PC (19.95 €). You can download a fully-functional version and try it out free for 21 days (only Windows is supported).

Please go to BirdieSync web site for more information:
Updated on
Dec 22, 2020

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325 reviews
A Google user
July 7, 2019
While upgrading the app systematically deleted all my appointments in my phone diary. Now I am away for the weekend I do not know what appointments I have for the week until I return to the office to sync with my pc. I am not happy I'm also not happy about having to allow these apps permission to change things. Why do they need these intrusive permissions?
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July 8, 2019
Did you manually uninstall BirdieSync app before or after the upgrade ? It yes, Android would automatically remove BirdieSync account where your events could be stored. For further analysis, please send a problem report with BirdieSync menu "Help/Report a problem..." on the PC. Permissions are requested to access contacts & events for sync. Thanks.
Frank Hunter
September 16, 2021
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A Google user
November 25, 2017
Difficult to keep all devices syncing. When one goes down, no notification to user. Configuration can be maddening with little help from app. Not user friendly unless Tech savey. Ended up switching to Google Calendar - bye bye Birdie.
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What's new

- Recurring events with no recurrence rule and a single occurrence could be not properly synchronized
- If an item couldn't be read right after being created, it could be created again at next synchronization
- If BirdieSync app is uninstalled, the Android device will now be considered as a new source if app is reinstalled again