SyncML

SyncML is an open standard for information synchronization. It stands for Synchronization Markup Language. SyncML was developed by OMA and is considered to be a unified method of data synchronization between some type of a handheld device such as a mobile phone and a computer (PC). While other synchronization solutions depend on specific application or operating system, SyncML can work with different types of devices and operating systems.

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