BusyMac has released BusySync 2.0 which allows you to sync iCal with Google Calendar, in addition to syncing iCal calendars with others on your LAN.
This is a free upgrade for all existing customers. In addition to the new Google Calendar syncing features, many bugs have been fixed and all users are strongly encouraged to upgrade.
What’s new in 2.0:
• Ability to sync iCal with Google Calendar, including the ability to map iCal Message alarms to Google pop-up, SMS or Email alarms.
• Option to filter out Alarms and To-Dos from subscribed calendars on your LAN
• LAN/WAN synching improvements, VPN compatibility, IPv6 and Back to My Mac compatibility
• Improved performance
• Fewer Conflict Resolver disputes
• Auto-repair of damaged iCal databases
• Improved error logging
• BusySync 2.0 is backwards compatible with other BusySync 1.5 users on your network
• Existing users can install the upgrade by opening the BusySync prefpane and clicking the Check Now button. New users can download it here:
Buy now and save 20%: For a limited time, BusySync 2.0 is available at an introductory price of $19.95 per computer. This offer is good until April 30, 2008. After that, BusySync 2.0 will cost $25.
More info here.
[Attribution: MacNN. Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dennis” for the heads up.]