It is rather nice to see a company or organization know when they have reached the end of something or are in the final stages of a particular service – Sony Ericsson’s Sync service will no longer be made available to the masses, where December 29th is the last date in operation, and in a show of being sporting, the telecommunications company has pointed its users towards other similar offerings from Google as well as other companies. A statement on their site mentioned that the Sony Ericsson Sync had to be axed because “it was meant for old generation phones and our aim is to create a more enhanced and integrated smartphone experience for you.”


Sony Ericsson clearly placed their hopes on Google Sync as more than viable alternative, although if you were wondering, Plaxo and UNYK are also suitable suitors. If you want to know how to make the transition, read on in the instructions listed here. Good luck and Godspeed!

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