By Telecomlead Team: SugarSync announced it has
updated its SugarSync for Android app with Facebook and Twitter
sharing, enhanced file/folder management, and ability to earn even more free
space with in the app.
“The proliferation of today’s powerful smartphones
and tablets is drastically increasing the demand for robust Cloud services that
can enable you to be more productive while on the go,” said Laura Yecies,
CEO of SugarSync.
SugarSync’s updated app enables customers to easily share
files or entire folders from the app directly with friends and family on
services like Facebook and Twitter. Its also allows share large folder of
videos to Facebook friends and Twitter followers or send photos to email
contacts. Customers can even SMS files or entire folders to anyone in the
SugarSync for Android allows users to copy, move and even
delete files or folders, making the mobile app experience more similar to that
of the desktop or Web client experience.
SugarSync also offers free storage from the Android app.
For each friend who joins SugarSync for free, both get 500MB of additional free
storage on top of the 5GB.
“SugarSync continues to lead the way in mobile
Cloud innovation, and with these enhancements to our SugarSync for Android app,
we are making it easier to accomplish the tasks you frequently do on your
computer — like sharing, managing and controlling your files and folders —
all from your Android device,” Yecies added.
Recently, SoftBank Group announced that
its BB Softservice is preloading SugarSync on New Panasonic Lumix and Sharp
Aquos Android Camera Phones to enable the automatic sync of mobile photos from
phones to computers.
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