Sugarsync for Android updated with new interface, better photo support


  • outburst

    It would be useful if you didn’t write this like you assumed I knew what Sugersync was.

  • Inquiring Minds

    What does it do and why would we want it? You haven’t really explained what this product does.

  • ron

    It works like Dropbox, except it gives you 5gb of initial storage.

  • Michael

    The image on the far right is a copy of Windows Phone UI.

    • S2556

      Lol fu*k off michael thats Alllllll Android. Quit being jelly

  • Slappy

    Have you people heard of Google? It’s a wonderful thing, you can search for terms like, I don’t know… “sugarsync”

  • ElNad

    Where is the promo deal? Is it only for new user, because I’m about to renew my subscription and I paid only 25$ last year and I don’t want to go to 50$ this year. I send them an email and they didn’t answer yet.

    About the product, Sugarsync is a better solution for me than Dropbox or I like that you can choose the directories one by one instead of only a “drop” directory on your desktop.

    The Android Sugarsync client can automatically upload new pictures on your cloud too just like dropbox. Great feature. Everytime I entered the hotel on my last trip, pics and videos would be backup on SS right there.

    I also use Cloudfogger to encrypt every files I put on my cloud. There is an Android and iOS client too so you can see your files even thought they are encrypted. The only problem is when you want to see files on the SS website. But for security, I can live with this problem.

  • JB

    I’ve used, and have accounts on all major cloud storage companies. SugarSync has always had the best features and free storage. Now they have one of the best UIs for their apps, and dashboard. I’m up to 9.5gb free just by referrals. SugarSync also gives users much more control over what files are synced then Dropbox, or

    Althought the free 50gb on I have it great, it doesnt have the same sync functionality as SugarSync.