Step 1: Get SyncMate Free Edition.
Firstly, download SyncMate Free edition on your Mac and install it.
Step 2: Add your Google account to SyncMate connections list.
Launch SyncMate and click "Add connection button". Then choose Google Account from the list and enter your Google account details in SyncMate wizard.
*Have any questions? Read this article.
Step 3: Choose what to sync.
SyncMate Free edition allows syncing Address Book and Calendar entries on your Mac with your Google account. So, please, tick the plugins you are about to sync this time.
*Interested in additional sync options? Read Step 6 for detailed info.
Step 4: Choose sync direction.
Sync data between your Mac and Google account in three directions with SyncMate - Mac to Google account (Mac data will be added to the existing Google account entries), Google account to Mac (Google account data will be added to the existing Mac entries) and bi-directional - data will be mutually updated on Mac and in your Google account. Contacts, calendars, and folders can be synced in three directions; media files (images, videos, music) can be synced in two directions – from Mac to Google account and from Google account to your Mac.
Step 5: Time to sync!
All that left to do is click "Sync now" button and your data will be updated on a Mac and in Google account!
Step 6: SyncMate Free vs SyncMate Expert
SyncMate Free allows syncing contacts and calendars between your Mac and your Google account. With SyncMate Expert you get even more. You can sync images, videos, music, and folders between your Mac and Google Drive storage! You can also mount your Google Drive storage as a Mac disk. There is also AutoSync option available that allows syncing data automatically – just set all the parameters once and SyncMate will do the rest!
Step 7: Sync even more devices with your Mac!
It's not only Google account that your Mac can be synced with. Also SyncMate allows syncing your Mac with Windows Mobile and Android devices, Nokia S40 and BlackBerry phones, other Macs or Windows PCs, cloud storages (iCloud, Yahoo!), Sony PSP, mounted storage devices, MTP devices, Dropbox accounts, iPhones, iPads, iPods Touch or Nano.