SugarSync Gets An Android App

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SugarSync, like Dropbox is a standard file storage/cloud solution for PCs and Macs. I’ve used the iPad and iPhone apps and now Android users can share in the fun with their new Android version.

The app is free and works with most versions of Android, including Honeycomb. It allow you to access your files on the go and to upload files to the cloud. It works similarly to the iPad version.

SugarSync is a paid service although you get get a 5GB account for free.

Remote file access and browsing: Retrieve and view files from any computer in your SugarSync account.
Local file management: You can browse and upload files stored directly on the phone. Allows you to copy and paste files to other folders, create new folders, rename files and folders, etc.
On demand synchronization: Edit files directly on your phone (requires separate document editor application); SugarSync will detect file changes and prompt you to upload revisions back to the cloud and other computers.
Shared folders: Send files and folders (small or large) to anyone and collaborate on projects through Shared Folders.
Powerful Photo features: Browse photos stored on your computers in large or small format and directly upload photos taken with your Android camera phone.

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