Lotus Notes come to iPhone

Support for Lotus Notes has come to the iPhone - but not from IBM.

Information Appliance Associates has introduced PocketMac GoBetween for Lotus Notes. This software allows Mac users to sync their Lotus Notes data to almost 200 Apple-supported devices, handhelds and phones, including iPhone and Palm devices.

The software will sync users' Lotus Notes data to iCal and the Mac OS X Address Book, allowing Lotus Notes users to have their data fully supported and synched with their mobile devices.

"Now Lotus Notes users can sync all their data to any of the almost 200 devices that Apple supports with sync services," Terence Goggin, CTO of Information Appliance Associates said.

PocketMac GoBetween for Lotus Notes requires Lotus Notes 7 or higher, and Mac OS X 10.4 or better. It costs $24.95.

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