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Syncbox: Sync Files Between Your PC, Mac, Ubuntu Machine, Android Phone & iOS device

MOin 28-08-2012

Thanks to the technology of today, many people use at least one other gadget in addition to their computer; some people even own multiple gadgets and computer. Synchronization of files between these gadgets operating on various platforms can be done using a tool called Syncbox.


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Syncbox is a free to use synchronization application that works with a variety of platforms. Using this application can sync files between Mac, Windows, and Ubuntu computers; additionally you can sync files of your Android and iOS devices. The app uses your desktop computer’s local storage as cloud storage for the synchronization that is done between the devices. Your data is backed up and synchronized using your own local storage which is why usage of the app is free. To get started with Syncbox, simply visit its website, download its server application, and then download the applications for your computers and devices.



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  1. Sravan Kumar
    December 18, 2012 at 7:27 am

    I see 2 limitations with this compared Cloud storage like GDrive, Dropbox.

    1. Should have our own space on our computer.
    2. Our computer should always be switched On to access our files from smart phone/tab.

    Not sure if it is possible to use this along with GDrive. e.g., when I add a file on computer, all my devices are synced also the GDrive's files online.

  2. Jasper Dumlao
    November 13, 2012 at 8:25 am

    Nice article...I have one question...I have 3 networked PCs at home and sometimes my friends come over to play online games...can I sync my online games with this so I need to only patch games on 1 PC alone and sync them to other PCs?

    Thanks! ^_^