Does anyone know of free software to download and/or sync Google contacts to an HP Ipaq 111?

I am using Oggsync (free version) to sync my Google calendar to my Ipaq 111 (PDA not a cell phone) but only the "Pro" version ($30/year) syncs the contacts.  I'm not sure I even want to use the Ipaq 111 for my calendar and contacts?

I would be interested if someone knew of a free application to download/sync the contacts

Thanks - Art
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Brian PringleSystems Analyst II, SCM, ERPCommented:
Brian PringleSystems Analyst II, SCM, ERPCommented:
Actually, from here.  It is $9.95 a year.
ArthurQAuthor Commented:
Thanks btpringle - I've looked at the getkigoo link but I'm looking for some application between Google and my windows mobile 6 (free).  This does not look as if it would work on Mobile 6 devices (and is not free).
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Brian PringleSystems Analyst II, SCM, ERPCommented:
I had a smartphone and was trying exactly what you are trying to accomplish.  I could not find any free applications that would do what I want.  The closest I came to it was to synchronize Gmail with Outlook (Contacts, Calendar, and email) and then use ActiveSync to synchronize the phone with Outlook.  

Needless to say, I got rid of the phone.  It was big, bulky, and useless without these features.  I have been looking since then, but still cannot find any solutions for this.
ArthurQAuthor Commented:
I don't know about the phone (my Ipaq 111 is a PDA with no phone and no camera - I just wanted to replace my old Palm), but on the Ipaq, the free version of Oggsync works really well for the calendar - just for reference.

According to their website the "Pro" version syncs both the calendar and contacts to Google, Outlook and Mobile 6.

I haven't tried it (but I may have to) - Art
Brian PringleSystems Analyst II, SCM, ERPCommented:
My phone was Windows Mobile 6.  I was able to find items to sync the calendar.  I can even do that easily on my Motorola Razr.  It is the contacts that there doesn't seem to be much of a choice for.  For ten bucks a year, though, that utility would have been nice to have.

Will I go back to Windows Mobile and/or a smartphone?  Probably not.  I can get my contacts, appointments, email, and even documents on my Razr by going to the following address.

I also tried to get this functionality on my Palm (not a phone) and had the same luck.
there are a lot of free application that can sinc your contact and app with your device. Take a look on Google or in google search engine.

Sometimes google is the replies to the all problem's life
I'm currenlty using Soocial to do the sync from Google to my iPhone, however, it does also support Windows Mobile. I'm using the free version, which limits the number of connection points (sync across yahoo, google, mulitple phones, etc).

Definitely try it out, since it won't cost you anything! :)

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