SugarSync 2.0 Complete, Includes Drag and Drop Sharing and New Android App

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  • 16 Feb 2013
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  • SugarSync 2.0 is a popular cloud sharing app, that got a makeover late last year and while version 2.0 beta was available on desktop for a while, it’s not finished and also available as an Android app. Mac and Windows users will have access directly to the file system in the cloud and transfer documents and data without problems.


    Here’s finally a decent alternative to Dropbox and SkyDrive! You can store files within individual folders, access an activity feed and see a list of items in the order they were added, plus easily locate a file you recently transferred. There’s also a new search tool in the mix here, one that indexes all of the remote content and allows you to locate files stored locally on computers and other devices.

    One can also drag and drop files to certain contacts and social networking sites like Facebook or Twitter, unbelievable as it may seem. You can sign up for free, with a 5 GB account included, or pay monthly plans ranging from $5 per 30 GB to a huge 500 GB plan for $40. Google Play offers you the app for download right here, with file syncing after editing, among others.

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    SOURCE: Engadget
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