MobileMe

Version: 1.0 || Release Date: 2008-07-15 || License: Commercial with demo ($99/yr sub) Developer: Apple, Inc. | App Owner: jaredr

MobileMe keeps all of your information in an online server so everything is always in sync.

At me.com, you can check your email, change your calendar, and edit your contacts. You can also share photos and documents. Accessible anywhere, me.com is an ad-free suite of web applications — Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Gallery, and iDisk — that are elegant and easy to use. You can drag and drop, click and drag, use keyboard shortcuts, and even switch between applications with a single click. Me.com is such a great web experience, it seems as though you’re using desktop software.

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7 Opinions

Love it. Push email to my iPhone, calendar/alert syncing, iDisk, gallery, FindMyPhone and more. BTW, buy this on eBay or Amazon, not from Apple. Normally $100 a year.. eBay you can purchase for closer to $40-50.

i love mobileMe

Does anyone know :

Can you use a MobileMe account for Daylite databases synchronization?

Indispensable for the preference synchronisation alone. Push e-mail to my iPhone is nice bonus!

Still very buggy and unstable. High risk to loose data such as professionnal or private calendars.
And at the end of the day, does not work at all as advertised since the sync feature is not effective with PC equiped with Outlook/Exchange.
Thus, if you want to reconcile (through the MM cloud) your data maintained on your PC and your data maintained on your Mac, no chance.
For time being, just a Marketing swindle.

Worked 80% for me from day one and has gotten up to about 97% to this day. I like it enough that I bought the discounted license with the purchase of my iPhone.

Has been working EXACTLY as advertised. Works perfectly. New member (never used .Mac) so I can't compare them to eachother, however I will say on the current version of Safari, 3.1.2, the MobileME web apps are a bit sluggish. But when using webkit (with the new javascript engine) its awesome, flawless. I expect a few issues to be resolved with MobileMe's web apps when using Safari 4. :)