Our announcement last week that Spanning Sync v2.0 will sync Apple Address Book with Google contacts was very well-received by the Macintosh community:
Chris Foresman at Ars Technica wrote, "This is a feature that many of us at Ars have been dying for. Of course, you can currently export your Gmail contacts and import them on Address Book, but who wants to do that when you can have it happen automagically?"
From The Unofficial Apple Weblog: "It's nice to see Spanning Sync picking up the torch on contacts as the competition on calendaring heats up."
But as happy as we are with the press coverage, it's comments like this from our customers that make us know we're on the right track:
When I saw the video this morning, I was more than prepared to purchase a whole new subscription for this. I couldn't believe when I heard you guys say it would be a free upgrade for paid subscribers. WOW.
Remember that while other products charge for upgrades, all Spanning Sync upgrades are always free to paid subscribers. We'll make an announcement soon about the public beta for Spanning Sync v2.0 with contact sync—watch this space.