We’ve covered the could magic of SugarSync before. This service backs up your files and folders to the cloud whether you’re using a computer or mobile device. Today, SugarSync updated its Android application to version 3.2 that brings the AutoSync feature to photos and folders. When these features are enabled, every photo you take, or folder you alter will be uploaded to the cloud automatically and shared across your devices.
The AutoSync feature is also customizable. You can choose the conditions under which SugarSync will start the uploading process. For example uploading intervals range from every hour to every 24 hours. You can also make AutoSync wait until you’re connected to a Wi-Fi network or external power source before syncing. This ensures your battery isn’t constantly being drained. If you’re going offline, you can also download content from your cloud onto your device.
I tried out AutoSync and it really does work. Seconds after taking a photo, SugarSync uploaded it to the cloud and it was then instantly available on my computer and iPod Touch (through the iOS app). SugarSync is free to use and comes with 5GB of initial storage.