Syncing data between mac and Android devices can be a huge problem because mac doesn’t come with any built-in app to handle Android. This makes sense because Apple wants mac users to use iPhones and iPads, not android devices. But that doesn’t always happen. So what can you do when you need to sync Android with mac? You download a third party app of course.
SyncMate to the rescue
There are quite a few apps that will help you sync your Android and mac, but feature packed SyncMate can easily leave them all behind. SyncMate, an app that can sync Android device no matter the make or model of the phone or tablet, it is a really useful app. Your phone needs to run Android 4.x-6.x for SyncMate to work.
This awesome app is available in two versions; free and expert the free version has only basic features, you can sync calendars, contacts etc. but if you wish to sync multimedia files, images, manage text messages etc. you would need to get the expert version. SyncMate is your answer to how to sync Android device, and the price of the expert version is more than reasonable.
How does it work
The syncing process is very easy too. First you have to download and install SyncMate to your mac, then open the app. Next you have to go to the ‘Add New’ option and select the correct device and connect it to your computer. Check the plugins list and then choose the data you want to sync and set the sync parameters. Then just click on the Sync button and SyncMate will do its job. SyncMate supports mac and iOS sync as well. SyncMate requires OS X 10.8.5 and higher and is compatible with Android 4.x-6.x devices and iOS 5.x-10.x devices.