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SugarSync for Android Gets a few improvements

by on04 March 2014 1585 times

Data storage service in the cloud SugarSync has updated its application for the Android operating system with several new features. The most important novelty in 4.1 version of the application is the ability to sync a folder with files for offline viewing. You can select the folders that will be stored on an external microSD card for later viewing on smart phones and tablets without the use of an Internet connection.

To increase the visibility of data on the initial screen, it is possible to add shortcuts that link to any folder stored within SugarSync. It is possible to export files from SugarSync to other Android apps like Evernote and GMail. You can send and receive calls on a shared folder and rename files and folders stored. Photos and video footage can now be stored in full resolution. The application also received better optimization for tablet devices, and several bug fixes.

Service SugarSync has recently offered a free account with 5 GB of storage, but then they moved exclusively to the subscription option that is at least $7.49 a month which gets 60 GB of storage. It is possible to try out the service without paying a subscription for a period of 90 days.

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Last modified on 05 March 2014
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