SanDisk Memory Zone nice way to keep track of all your media everywhere
SanDisk’s free Memory Zone app has caught the attention of data conscious people – like myself. The app is very easy to use, scans, indexes and backs up virtually all your media stored both locally and in the cloud. Offering to scan internal and removable SD cards, Dropbox, SugarSync, Google Docs, Facebook, Picasa and Box, you can set automatic backups and you even have the option to password protect your private files. Facebook integration also allows you to upload files from other mediums to Facebook.
I’m loving the look and color coding of the different indexes and convenient UI, the only complaint I have is, if you have a lot of similar, non specific file names for pictures, the lack of thumbnails makes it difficult to pick specific files. Videos do have thumbnails, but aren’t always correct, as your can see with the duplicate in the screenshots after the break. But for a free app, this thing is total gold, and should be exiting beta status this Monday with a rating of over 4.5 stars and over 350 thousand downloads.
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