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SyncIt for Android – Public Beta
Our friend, XDA Senior Moderator jug6ernaut, a real long timer, shows his latest application for our Android devices: SyncIt. The developer mentions that it works as a Dropbox extension using the Dropbox API and your Dropbox account to keep any specified file updated in you Dropbox as well as on any other Android devices with SyncIt installed. The app is still on beta stage so, all your feedback is highly valuable, which will eventually lead to a stable version.
Get it for free in the usual place.
Originally posted by jug6ernaut
THIS IS A BETA PROGRAM ***
SyncIt is a basically a Dropbox extention, it uses the Dropbox API and your Dropbox Account to keep any specified file updated in you Dropbox as well as on any other Android devices with SyncIt installed.
What this means is say you have to have a certain game always up to date on all of your android devices? Well simply select it in SyncIt and have it installed on both devices and SyncIt will monitor that file and keep it up to date on both devices.
*** How To Use ***
Simply go to your favorite file browser, find the file you wish to SyncIt. Long press on that file and press Send/Share(differs depending on your File Browser). Then select SyncIt, the file will then be uploaded and synced across all devices with SyncIt installed.
Continue to the application thread to find more.
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