SugarSync Announces Redesigned Android App for Syncing Files and Images

If you are like a lot of people nowadays, you use your mobile phone for a camera more than you do your dedicated point and shoot.  Also like a lot of people, you take pictures and then either forget or don’t get a chance to sync your device via a wire to your computer to get said pictures off of your phone.  Sugar Sync has a solution for this problem as they have announced a revamped version of their Android app, which allows you to sync your images, video and folders wirelessly to your PC.  A quote from the press release:

More users are using their smartphones as their primary device for capturing photos and videos on the go. As a result, their mobile devices are getting bogged down with tons of mobile photos, because the process for moving these photos from their devices to their computers is so difficult and time consuming that they simply don’t do it on a regular basis. And if they were to lose their device in between these rare wire-connected photo backups, those photos and memories would be lost forever. With SugarSync’s new AutoSync technology, users can simply use the native camera on their device to capture photos and videos, and they are automatically backed up and synced to their other devices.

From the sounds of it, Sugar Sync looks to run like Eye-Fi servers, only allowing more than images and videos to be transferred. It can also be compared to Dropbox as well.

The Sugar Sync AutoSync app is free right now on the Android Market. Use our handy dandy download block to get it!


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1 Comment

  1. Anonymous
    May 06, 10:47 Reply

    Sugarsync was great before, but with the new Android (and Iphone) app it has gotten even better. I personally have been using Sugarsync for a long time now and am more than happy. Not only are they cheaper than most of its competitors, they also offer by far the best product in the market today.

    Also, if you use the following link to sign up for Sugarsync, you now get 5.5 GB of free online storage forever:

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