We Recommend : Data Sync lets you share application data with other Android devices (Video)

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  • 21 Sep 2012
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  • When for example you’ve enjoyed a game on your smartphone and want to keep playing on another device or tablet there is a way to transfer your progress without much effort. DataSync lets you share application data with other Android devices and also supports online storage options such as Dropbox.


    DataSync taps into your files and transfers your app data to any other Android device using different types of connections. For this reason the app requires root access. It lets you share your game saves or app setting in a most convenient way without too much effort. There are no log-ins or unnecessary steps and the app also works with local Wi-Fi connections, FTP and online storage services like Dropbox for example. After choosing your sync method, you swipe to get to your list of installed apps. Tap one to add it to the queue, and then swipe over to the ‘locations’ screen to upload the data.

    Syncing is dome both ways so if, for example, you need to safely store your app data to Dropbox you can do it with easy and restore any time. You can also get the ability to schedule syncs or transfer data using Bluetooth or NFC. The app offeres a Holo themed UI, easy to understand with swipe gestures implemented. Bellow, watch a hands-on video with the app:


    On the Play Store you will find a free version of DataSync and also DataSync+ with some extra functionality available for purchase.

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