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Folder Sync


Folder sync (Formerly: Cheetah Sync) is the no cloud solution for keeping files on your computer and Android device in sync. You can now have your pictures, important documents, music and videos from your computer on the go! Just select a folder on your computer, a folder on your Android device, and let Folder Sync keep the files in sync!

- As seen on Lifehacker! http://goo.gl/67VoA
- Supports Windows and Mac
- No cloud required
- Syncs over home WiFi network
- Backup or synchronization
- Set a custom schedule
- Use the "Sync Now" shortcut to sync in one button press
- Many advanced options

- Sync your photos folder to your Android device
- Sync your work documents to your Android device
- Automatically have photos show up on your home computer
- Sync to multiple computers

In-app purchase required for:
- Multiple sync jobs
- Two-way synchronization

Warning: Syncing to SD cards on Android 4.4 (KitKat) has issues without root.
Warning: Does support "Keep Newer" on devices that do not support "setLastModified" date.

- Requires either Windows XP or higher or Mac OS 10.5 or higher.

Recent changes:
* Version 1.6.1
** Fixed: Home buttons too dark on some devices
* Version 1.6.0
** New: Re-skinned the UI for modern Android
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Free
84
4.2
User ratings
1399
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
1
File size
1121 kb
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About Folder Sync
Folder sync (Formerly: Cheetah Sync) is the no cloud solution for keeping files on your computer and Android device in sync. You can now have your pictures, important documents, music and videos from your computer on the go! Just select a folder on your computer, a folder on your Android device, and let Folder Sync keep the files in sync!

- As seen on Lifehacker! http://goo.gl/67VoA
- Supports Windows and Mac
- No cloud required
- Syncs over home WiFi network
- Backup or synchronization
- Set a custom schedule
- Use the "Sync Now" shortcut to sync in one button press
- Many advanced options

- Sync your photos folder to your Android device
- Sync your work documents to your Android device
- Automatically have photos show up on your home computer
- Sync to multiple computers

In-app purchase required for:
- Multiple sync jobs
- Two-way synchronization

Warning: Syncing to SD cards on Android 4.4 (KitKat) has issues without root.
Warning: Does support "Keep Newer" on devices that do not support "setLastModified" date.

- Requires either Windows XP or higher or Mac OS 10.5 or higher.

Recent changes:
* Version 1.6.1
** Fixed: Home buttons too dark on some devices
* Version 1.6.0
** New: Re-skinned the UI for modern Android

User reviews of Folder Sync
This app has many options but doesn't handle multiple sync PC/phone pairs in single vlan. I have to dislike the app until its fixed as it prevents both me and my wife using it. Now using "SyncMe". Too limited, Had 2 versions of the PC software installed!
Jan 15, 2012
Recomended
Jan 14, 2012
I like this app very much. Very clever solution. However i can not add more than one job. I wonder if it is only for me or general problem? Please tell me...
Oct 9, 2011
better UI than Sweet Home WiFi Picture Sync, but "SHWPS" doesn't need any software on your desktop, and can be triggered by wifi, or/and charged
Sep 16, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Sunday 3:39 PM
Crap Absplute utter crap
A Google User
Oct 13, 2014
Worked great until it stopped syncing to my computer, without any notification that there was a problem. Now I have no idea how much editing I may have lost because of this problem or how long it's been going on for.
A Google User
Oct 11, 2014
Quick, simple, and reliable. Let's me keep 16 GB SD backed up.
A Google User
Oct 9, 2014
super! very good app keep it up!!
A Google User
Oct 8, 2014
Syncs everything over and over Every time it tries to sync, it recopies everything, even though only 2 files have changed. This uses an insane amount of time and bandwidth to accomplish nothing. It gets the job done eventually, but in a super-inefficient way.