Sugarsync 2.0 released in beta for Android, OS X and Windows

Daniel Bader

November 13, 2012 5:23pm

Sugarsync is launching its new beta product, Sugarsync 2.0, on Android, OS X and Windows today, with iOS, BlackBerry and Windows Phone apps to come. To refresh, Sugarsync is a cloud storage service much like Dropbox, Google Drive or SkyDrive, and offers tiered storage plans with

The company is focusing on a brand new interface, which is admittedly beautiful and a huge improvement over the previous layout, and easy collaboration with friends and colleagues. It’s also much easier now to share content such as documents and photos directly to Facebook and Twitter, something Sugarsync says has become one of its top requests from users.

There’s also a more robust searching system, allowing users to find files or folders from any device at any time. Adding folders to Sugarsync is now significantly easier, as they can be dragged-and-dropped from your desktop and automatically synced with a mobile device, with no intervention from the user.

You can try the new Android app, with 5GB of free storage, at Sugarsync’s Beta site, or download the new apps for Windows and OS X.

  • Mike

    DOA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NEXUS 4 FTW!!!!!!!!!! lol had to…

    • Mithos

      Chill out.
      The caps lock only makes you look even more disabled than you must already be…

  • Jim R

    Still no love for Linux.

  • Connor

    Awesome, combine this with Dropbox and you can almost make up the difference between 16-32 gb Nexus packages (or 8-16 in the case of the Nexus 4)

  • Mike


    • Brad F(anboy)

      Mike, ahem, LET ME TELL YOU!! =)