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SugarSync and the Great Firewall of China

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

Yesterday, we received notice that China has again moved to block yet another Internet service used by their citizens. Us. SugarSync has been blocked by the “Great Firewall” of China.

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Learn from Other Users: Give Shared Folders a Try

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

We use SugarSync here at work and, even though I’m new to the company, I already LOVE our service. I learn more about the product every day. One really cool feature I didn’t know about when I started is Shared Folders. When you invite other people to share your folder, you give them direct access [...]

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GoodReader Joins the Ranks of Apps Being SugarSync’d

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

As the mass adoption of smartphones and tablets continues and as people adopt the personal cloud to access all of their data, anytime, anywhere and from any device – it’s logical that our desire to be able to interact with and edit our files on the go grows as well.  So, it comes as no [...]

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Bye Bye Dock Icon (SugarSync for MacOS update)

Sunday, December 20th, 2009

Mac users – we’ve heard your complaints and as of version 1.7.6 (available now), the SugarSync application for MacOS no longer has a dock icon. Along with the dock icon, the main menu is also gone and all menus have been consolidated under the SugarSync icon in the menu bar. SugarSync preferences, the options to rename and [...]

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More flexible setup (SugarSync Manager update)

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

SugarSync allows you to sync folders across multiple computers in your account. This is one of the main reasons people use SugarSync. It’s fast, and it’s much more convenient than emailing yourself important files or saving them to USB drives.
The sync setup in SugarSync is already quite flexible – SugarSync supports “selective sync”, which allows you to sync different folders to different computers based on your needs. For example, you might sync your My Documents folder across your Work and Home computers. [...]

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Free 2GB plans just got faster!

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

We’ve been really happy with the success of our Free 2GB plans.
They have allowed many people to try SugarSync and see the benefits of having anytime, anywhere access to their data – with no obligations.

Now, our free plans have the same upload speed options as our paid plans. [...]

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SugarSync introduces Public Links

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009

At SugarSync, we know that folder sharing and collaboration is very important to our users. After all – you can’t live your ‘digital life’ alone!
Today, we are excited to introduce Public Links – a new feature that makes sharing your files with friends, family and colleagues easier than ever. A public link is a direct [...]

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Snow Leopard has arrived

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009

We’re happy to report that SugarSync works fine on the Mac operating system Snow Leopard. Users that upgrade their operating system from Tiger or Leopard to Snow Leopard should see no changes in their SugarSync service. However, there’s one small problem. Our friends at Apple made some changes in Snow Leopard which break the SugarSync [...]

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Get connected with SugarSync for BlackBerry

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009

We are pleased to announce that in partnership with RIM we have streamlined the connection mechanisms used by the SugarSync BlackBerry application. For some users, particularly in complex settings and when dealing with international carriers, this change will prevent connection errors and will avoid extra usage charges. If you’ve tried the BlackBerry application in the [...]

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SugarSync Spreads the Sweetness with Android Application

Friday, July 31st, 2009

Today, we are excited to announce that SugarSync is now available on the Android platform. SugarSync is the first product that allows Android users to browse, access, back-up and sync any and all of their digital files. If you currently work on an Android phone or an Android netbook, you know that it is difficult [...]

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