Originally Posted by penguin3107
Yes, Google Sync is a third party app that you install on your BlackBerry. It's middleware between your device address book/calendar and Google Address Book/Calendar.
It provides two-way wireless sync of calendar and contacts only.
Outlook sync is wired via USB cable and BlackBerry Desktop Software.
You can sync calendar, contacts, tasks and memos with this setup.
Got it. Sounds like Google Sync is the best option.
Now, after browsing around a bit on the forum, it looks like there's also a "Gmail application" that google offers. Is that completely separate from Google Sync? Right now I have my gmail account activated on my BB through BIS (in addition to BES). I would probably recommend this setup, using the BB native email system, as opposed to a separate Gmail application.
Are there any issues with getting mail through BIS (as opposed to Gmail app), and using Google Sync for contacts / calendar? And is there any reason why someone would want to use the Gmail app instead of going the normal BIS/gmail route?