Syncplicity File Sync Service

At a Glance

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  • Syncplicity

    Almost every feature you'd want in an easy-to-use interface, although initial sync is slow.

At a Glance

Almost every feature you'd want in an easy-to-use interface, although initial sync is slow.

Price when rated: free

Pros

  • Superb Google Docs integration
  • Works with Google Docs, Facebook, iPhone
  • In-browser editing and viewing of many document types
  • Includes file version tracking
  • Interactive Flash-based access to storage via Web
  • Unlimited versions and deleted files stored for paid accounts

Cons

  • No LAN sync
  • Clumsy to share files with lots of people
  • Pricey; initial sync is very slow
  • Can’t interrupt sync operations in progress
  • Free and personal accounts have limits on number of computers synced
  • Limited support for business accounts
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