Titanium Media Sync

Titanium Media Sync


This unique app allows you to sync a set of folders from your Android device to the cloud and back. It currently supports the Dropbox storage service, as well as your own FTP, SFTP, FTPS servers. The official Dropbox app is *not* needed.

Innovative "setup & forget" sync engine with these features:
• Battery friendly.
• Works on ALL Android devices.
• Will NOT slow down your device when no data changes.
• Will backup your new/modified files (eg: photos, videos) in the background, as soon as possible.
• Adapts to ever-changing connectivity and power conditions.
• Powerful filtering features (by file type, size, etc).

Supports 2 different sync modes (both are one-way):
• Continuous sync from Local to Remote.
• One-shot sync from Remote to Local.

Compatible with all Android versions (1.5 and up).

Limitations:
• Dropbox restricts uploads to 300MB per file: http://www.dropbox.com/help/5

For more information please see the website below.

Thank you !

Recent changes:
• Fixed Dropbox upload failure on empty files (workaround for API glitch).
• Updated translations.
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$3.38
73
3.7
User ratings
1531
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
857 kb
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About Titanium Media Sync
This unique app allows you to sync a set of folders from your Android device to the cloud and back. It currently supports the Dropbox storage service, as well as your own FTP, SFTP, FTPS servers. The official Dropbox app is *not* needed.

Innovative "setup & forget" sync engine with these features:
• Battery friendly.
• Works on ALL Android devices.
• Will NOT slow down your device when no data changes.
• Will backup your new/modified files (eg: photos, videos) in the background, as soon as possible.
• Adapts to ever-changing connectivity and power conditions.
• Powerful filtering features (by file type, size, etc).

Supports 2 different sync modes (both are one-way):
• Continuous sync from Local to Remote.
• One-shot sync from Remote to Local.

Compatible with all Android versions (1.5 and up).

Limitations:
• Dropbox restricts uploads to 300MB per file: http://www.dropbox.com/help/5

For more information please see the website below.

Thank you !

Recent changes:
• Fixed Dropbox upload failure on empty files (workaround for API glitch).
• Updated translations.

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User reviews of Titanium Media Sync
Works well. Archive mode never deletes remote files, contrary to earlier review.
Jun 13, 2012
Careful, sync is one-way: If photos are gone on your phone, it will sync the phone to dropbox again - meaning, it will delete all your backed up photos! Thanks to that useless behavior, The whole program is completely useless (to me)
Oct 4, 2011
Would be nice if the files timestamp was preserved when syncing via ftp.
Jul 28, 2011
All is good now :) Sync well with dropbox.
Jun 18, 2011
good extension,makes an excellent tool even better!sign up for free and get 500 mb extra using my referal http://db.tt/mPFv6q2
Apr 18, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Tuesday 8:16 PM
Needs more cloud options! While it's great that a Dropbox option is available, this app desperately needs Google Drive and MS One Drive compatibility as well.
A Google User
6 days ago
Great app Great addition to an excellent application definitely 5 stars!!
A Google User
Aug 13, 2014
waste of time Constantly drops connection to dropbox on note 3 and S5 will only reconnect after phone reboot, both phones rooted and stock ROM (purchased separate for each phone) emailed support 3-4 weeks ago no response, created a support ticket on website 10-12 days ago no response, I really expected better from titanium! Disaster!
A Google User
Aug 8, 2014
Solid app Good app and will recommend.
A Google User
Jul 31, 2014
Very useful Tried backing up to dropbox a zip of the TitaniumBackup folder and it worked fine. So far, so good.