QuickSync

QuickSync

Sync data between your Mac and any connected device
 
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QuickSync is a small application that enables you to synchronize files and folders from your Mac to any connected device, like iPod, iPad, iDisk and many others.
The interface is easy-to-use, therefore any user would be able to manage it. This handy program will not only let you copy files from your Mac to a connected device, but also let you backup the system or any selected folder.

When copying files and folders from your Mac to an iPod, iDisk or FTP websites, you can configure the application to synchronize data bi-directional, left to right or right to left; additionally, if needed, you can opt for the Delete After Copy option to remove the copied files from its original location and save space on your hard drives or connected device.
The time spent waiting for the application to get its job done will depend on the number of files and folders processed, therefore, it might take a bit longer when copying larger files.

The program will also offer you detailed reports containing information regarding the sync process.

All in all, QuickSync is a useful program that helps you sync data between your Mac and any connected device.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary

Pros

  • User-friendly interface.
  • Able to sync data bi-directional, left to right or right to left.
  • Able to backup system and any selected folder.
  • Offers accurate reports.

Cons

  • It might take a bit longer to sync large files.

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