Dashwire 2.0 for Windows Mobile

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Dashwire 2.0 for Windows Mobile

Post by Rahul on Wed Jun 25, 2008 10:17 am

I dunno if many of you have a Windows Mobile phone , but i do & there is this great application which backs up all your data from the phone onto its servers online. which means that you could edit your contacts & sms online through your computer & could restore your data not only to your own phone but also on your other phones.

Currently the Symbian ,Java & UIQ versions are under construction.

Here Take a look how this works ................BTW its totally FREE bounce


Digital content sharing from mobile to desktop is all
the rage at every show we've been to in the last year, and frankly,
we'd grown a bit tired of it. We had a chance to hook up with the gents
from Dashwire in recent times and the Dashwire push and pull solution
fairly blew our socks off. Of course, this has been around for a little
while now, but it seems baby's all grown up and Dashwire 2.0 is set for
release today. How much does all this cost and is it worth playing
with? It's completely free and follow on to read more -- but by way of
a hint, we're still cheering.

Like other solutions, Dashwire is broken into two
parts, web, supporting any OS you choose to use, and Windows Mobile 5
or 6 client -- for now, Series 60 client set to launch this summer. All
the Sync magic can be accomplished from either end, contact sync,
picture uploading and downloading, SMS -- sent through phone via the
web, too cool -- ringtones, Visual Voicemail, contact management, and
even status updates pushed to Facebook and Twitter.

To share your media from the Web Client
you only have to find a pic, decide where it's going -- Facebook,
Flickr, friends, and so on -- and off it goes. Of course, this can all
be done via the Mobile Client as well.

Contact management form the web is
definitely a slick tool as you can quickly add a picture, addresses,
details, numbers, and save it, knowing it'll then get dumped on your
phone for later use.

SMS chit-chat from the web interface also threads your conversations in a very iChat-esque
way. Unlike other web-based SMS tools, when the text arrives on your
friend's set, they see your number and can reply directly to you as
you'll get it on your phone and via the web tool.

The mobile client offers a quick view of
your current status, easy access to your photos, and with softkeys you
can jump into the software's settings to sync up, change your status,
or poke about your images to share them, title them, or set them as
private. If you're not an unlimited plan and want to keep your data
usage to a minimum, all items can be individually set to sync or not
and the scheduling can be changed from automatic to manual -- which
would let you use your home's WiFi for example.

Dashwire's first iteration was a great
idea done very well. Dashwire 2 moves that idea further by not only
enabling content from your handset to be pushed up to the web, it now
really enhances that flow both ways. Dashwire is really an amazing bit
of software and for $free it's a no-brainer that it gets a spot of
honor on our mobile devices.

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