gSyncit

gSyncit 5.0

Enables syncing Outlook calendars, contacts, notes, and tasks with your Google
3.0  (2 votes)
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Microsoft Outlook is great in its support of various add-ons, and gSyncit has quickly become one of the most useful of those. It works as a bridge between Outlook and Google Chrome, allowing the user to synchronize Outlook calendars, contacts, notes and tasks with a selected Google account.

This little extension also adds support for synchronization between Outlook and several popular online services used by people to organize their lives, including Toodledo, Pocket Informant Online, Evernote, Dropbox, Simplenote, Nozbe, CalDav, and CardDav.

gSyncit is regularly updated, and its newer versions have recently added support for Google API and new Toodledo v3 API., Wunderlist task syncing, iCloud syncing, AOL syncing, Yahoo integration, and much more.

gSyncit has built-in protection against duplication of elements and files available via the synchronized accounts by entry matching. Data saving is secured by automated regular syncing of contents with subsequent duplicate removal, if any are found. Users can access flexible settings in order to select what they wish to sync and save.

gSyncit is surprisingly versatile for an Outlook extension and can easily be recommended.

James Lynch
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Review summary

Pros

  • Great synchronization features
  • Support for most of the popular online clients and services

Cons

  • None
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