Once you connect it asks you for money to sync photos and iTunes/ music. Don't even bother.
Scam This has to be a scam! Please read the reviews before downloading! Don't make the same mistake I made!!
Got ripped off! Do not buy this app or you will be throwing away your money. I bought the paid version so I could sync my photos to iPhoto on my Mac. IT DOESN'T WORK! Keeps giving me error messages. Contacted support and they don't even get back to me and its been over a week. Worst paid app...period!
I really wanted to like this, but... I currently use SyncMate Expert to sync contacts between my MBA and my Google account. I was hoping that if I purchased the Pro version I would get support if needed (not true). This sync software is incredibly slow and unreliable. Many duplicates are created and it often doesn't finish. I have tried WiFi, Bluetooth and am now using the USB 3.0 port, which is supposed to be the fastest. The sync is running right now- It has been "syncing" for an hour and 20 minutes for just 1561 contacts! And it appears to have stopped at "added 1551 of 1561 contacts..." I have used various sync products for years and this is by far the worst! And forget customer support. There is an option to send the log file to technical support and I have done that several times with no response. I will be looking for another solution. I don't know about their other products, but Eltima should stop selling this until it works reliably.
SyncMate Eltima... remember this software developer. They take your money and offer very little in terms of support for their extremely buggy product. I started off with SyncMate 4, which was bad enough, SyncMate 5 doesn't do much to improve an already shoddy user experience. from not syncing contacts/calendars to a poorly implemented method to add photos and music. Seriously, for $50, i expect way more than this grade D software written by seemingly amateurs trying to squeeze a few dollars from unsuspecting users. in short, Android and OSX do not sync well, for obvious reasons. If you want to sync with OSX, get yourself an iPhone. Android is develop with the intention of cloud sync. SyncMate is definitely not worth the $50 price tag. Save your money, unless you hate your money. I also just can't rate this application more than 1 star, that's all it's worth.
An immature product that will lose your data My primary goal was synchronizing my calendars, contacts, and to-do list. Alas, the Android platform has no concept of "to dos" so I'll need to stick with MissingSync to do that. For a while, the calendars and contacts synchronized quickly and through WiFi without much trouble. But then it started to fail to finish synchronizing. By my best guess, above 10,000 events or so and it chokes—this on a device with over 64,000,000,000 bytes of storage space, enough for HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of events. I reverted it to only synchronize a few months ahead and back, but now there is no way for me to restore a backup of my calendar. I'm sure the same problem creeps up with contacts. Worse, though, the folder sync is a mess. The options for controlling it are global when they should be local (filtering) and it is becoming next-to-impossible to support sync with the huge external SD I have. It often will decide do delete all my files on my desktop, or spend hours trying to copy them one-by-one through the WiFi link (which, on my system, tops out around 150 kb/second.) This is fine for grocery lists, but for my entire music collection or OpenStreetMaps data, it's intolerable.