iSynCal is an app that syncs iCal events, to dos and alarms between two or more Macs without the need for a .Mac account.
It uses the Apple File Sharing feature built into OS X to get its work done and also supports WebDav over SSL, so that iSynCal can automount network volumes.
iSynCal features numerous options, including the ability to automate the synchronisations, as a screenshot of the app’s main window shows:
Because iSynCal reads and synchronizes calendar files based on the open iCalendar standard, the new version (5.5) offers full syncing integration between iCal calendars and those generated by Mozilla Sunbird or the Calendar extension for Firefox and Thunderbird.
iSynCal is shareware (USD 25) and a demo is available from the developer’s web site .
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Tags: Calendars, iCal, icalendar, mac, SSL, sunbird, synchronization, syncing, thunderbird, webdev