- Removed limitation on Autosync Interval in free version. Now anyone, not only Pro users, can autosync as frequently as they wish
- Tasker/Locale plugin: Sync Now, Enable Autosync, Disable Autosync. Power users can use Tasker/Locale to define sophisticated sync schedule
- Some bug fixes
Rock-solid, battery efficient, full two-way(!) sync client for Dropbox.
Keep your phone/tablet and your Dropbox in sync at all times. Rock-solid, battery efficient, full two-way(!) sync client for Dropbox.
“Just like the desktop version of Dropbox, Dropsync supports true two-way data synchronization.” –New York Times
“Take a picture on your phone and watch as it’s already waiting for you on your laptop when you get home.” –phandroid .com
“I bought 5 other apps like this one, but this is the only one that didn’t crash while synchronizing my large Photo & Video folder” –One satisfied user
“Must have app. Now my phone – computer – tablet are one!” –Another satisfied user
* Full two-way sync. Just like Dropbox on desktop
* Very efficient, consumes almost no battery if there is no change detected and will not slow down your phone either
* Very easy to set up. Once set up files will be kept in sync without any effort from users
* Works reliably under ever changing network conditions on your phone
* Monitors battery level, WiFi/3G/4G/WiMax connectivity and adapts its behavior according to user preferences
* Configurable autosync interval: 15 minutes, 30 minutes, every hour,…
* Tasker/Locale plugin to allow power users to define sophisticated sync schedules and conditions
* Compact code size, memory efficient, no fancy graphics, no useless animation. We have enough bloatware. Do one thing and do it best
The app asks for a username and password to log in a Dropbox account but it does not store that password in the device. A device specific secret token issued by Dropbox server is used instead. This is in accordance with Dropbox security best practice recommendations and the maximum the app can do with the current Dropbox API.
Beware that there are many apps out there on the Market which claim doing sync but in fact what they do is one-way upload or download.
Dropsync provides the essential feature, two-way sync, which should be in the official Dropbox for Android since the beginning. For whatever reason it wasn’t and still isn’t.