I’ve written about SugarSync before and I am still a user of the service. Call it online storage or call it a keen way to share data across all your computers and phones or call it online backup; I call it my brain-dead back up. And now, Android and BlackBerry users can take full advantage of it.
SugarSync’s automatic, real-time backup of your files works so well, users forget about the service; until they need to send a big file. Gmail only handles files up to 25MB as does my ISP. But with SugarSync, the file loads up and I can send a secure link so folks like Iyaz can get my video file for our InterrupTech show. It is drop dead easy.
The new applications for Android and BlackBerry devices allow access to SugarSync fun, things like: sending files from a phone, view files (including photos) from any computer on your account, upload mobile photos from phone to account.
The applications are free and available for PC/Mac, Windows Mobile, iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry. No word on Palm Pre app yet.