The developer behind the Wi-Fi sync app that lets iPhone and iPod touch users sync their devices with a Mac without plugging in a USB cable has just released an updated version that adds support for syncing with iTunes on a Windows computer. Oh yeah, it also supports the iPad now.

The Windows software is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, and 7 and is available as a free update for anyone who has already purchased Wi-Fi Sync. New users will have to pay $9.99 for the app — which is available in the Cydia Store for jailbroken devices.

Apple rejected Wi-Fi Sync from the iTunes App Store, which means you can’t run it unless you jailbreak your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.

via SlashGear

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