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Mark/Space Launches Windows Version of The Missing Sync for iPhone

The Missing Sync for iPhone Offers an Easy to Use Data Migration Tool to Those Switching to Apple iPhone, and Data Archival Feat

LOS GATOS, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 06/26/08 -- Mark/Space, Inc. today announced immediate availability of a Windows version of their data transfer software, The Missing Sync for iPhone. Now PC users have access to powerful migration tools, to help ease the process of switching from a smartphone to the iPhone and iPhone 3G. And, current iPhone owners will benefit from the capability to archive SMS messages, call log and notes to their PC.

Mark/Space has offered award-winning software products to Mac users for many years. The Missing Sync for iPhone is just the first of many Mark/Space products planned for the PC, bringing the same reliable, easy to use data management and synchronization capabilities to Windows users.

Brian Hall, Mark/Space CEO, said, "At Mark/Space, we create products that enable our customers to easily take their information and data with them. When we released the Mac version of The Missing Sync for iPhone earlier this year it helped make the transition from a smartphone to iPhone very easy for people. We're happy to bring The Missing Sync for iPhone to the Windows platform. When iPhone 3G ships next month, both Mac and Windows users can be ready to transfer their contacts and calendar information."

The Missing Sync for iPhone supports migration from most BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, and Palm OS devices, and devices from Nokia, Sony Ericsson and Motorola that use the Symbian OS. The Migration Assistant is a step-by-step utility that makes transferring contacts and calendars a simple task. If you use Outlook 2003 or 2007, Missing Sync will make switching a breeze. Even if users never synchronized with their PCs before, The Missing Sync for iPhone makes it easy to pull the data from the old phone and load the information onto an iPhone.

The Missing Sync for iPhone collects and archives all the iPhone SMS messages, giving you a safe backup, no matter how prolific a texter you are. It also lets users view SMS messages in a threaded view, just like on the iPhone, and you can easily search the archived messages. When you view a message, the whole history of that conversation with that person is displayed.

iPhone keeps a log of all incoming, outgoing and missed calls. The Missing Sync for iPhone archives the log to your PC, which is great for business users that need to keep track of costs. Need to claim expenses for that hour-long business call to Paraguay? No problem, just check the call log. You can even add notes to the call log, so you remember the details for future reference.

The Notes application on the iPhone is a useful scratch pad for ideas, plans and to-do lists. But often those notes are more useful elsewhere, perhaps in other documents you have on your PC. The Missing Sync for iPhone will transfer those notes to your computer, so they can be read in Mark/Space Notebook, which comes as part of the package. Then, copy the notes from Notebook for use in other applications.

PRICING AND AVAILABILITY

The Missing Sync for iPhone is available as an electronic download from the Mark/Space online store for $39.95.

The Windows version of The Missing Sync for iPhone requires a PC running Windows XP or Windows Vista. To use the Migration Assistant, Microsoft Outlook 2003 or 2007 is required. An Internet connection may be required to download software for the data migration process.

To purchase or learn more about The Missing Sync for iPhone, visit http://www.markspace.com/iphone.

ABOUT MARK/SPACE, INC.

Founded in 1990, Mark/Space, Inc., www.markspace.com, develops and markets mobile and wireless software, including SyncTogether and the award-winning Missing Sync products that connect Mac and Windows computers to mobile devices and smartphones from Apple, HP, HTC, i-mate, Motorola, Nokia, Palm, RIM, Samsung, Sony, Sony Ericsson, and others.

Mark/Space and The Missing Sync are trademarks of Mark/Space, Inc. iPhone and iTunes are trademarks of Apple, Inc. All other product and brand names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

Press Contact:
Jackie Macapanpan
Marketing Manager
Mark/Space, Inc.
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