Version 3 is excellent Love this new version! Sure, there's a learning curve for an all-new design and interface, and once you get the hang of it, it's more than worth it. I now have the contacts and events on my Android phone, tablet, and Thunderbird on my two PCs all synchronized with each other. Couldn't be better.
It works It works as it should, set up was OK but some will struggle with it. Unfortunately this part is free, the pc part is free for a short time, but then it's going to cost you an annual subscription fee that is not cheap!!! OK to sync a new device but really not worth the fee for longterm use.
Oversyncing Great program. However, it is syncing everytime I hangup a phone call and everytime I send a text. I only sync calendar and contacts. Why is it syncing so often when I have it set to do so only every 4 hours? I believe this is also killing battery life.
Good. Allows me to sync my Thunderbird address book with my Android contacts without Google getting them. Requires no excess permissions. Worth the money.
Great app! Simple to use. Wireless connection to sync between your Android device and your PC. How cool is that? (btw, the answer is: Very Cool) :-)
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- If an email address, IM, postal address or web site field has a type different from Home or Work, it is now synchronized (only in 3.0 mode)
- On some specific devices, after being plugged via USB, BirdieSync may immediately disconnect from the server.
- An error during the initialization phase with the server could lead BirdieSync app to stop
- Date and time is now present in traces in Android log