Cloud Storage ‘SugarSync’ for Android gets more offline features, full-resolution media uploads

Cloud storage service SugarSync has updated its Android app with quite a few nifty features. For starters, the application now allows any file to be saved to your device or SD card card – a feature that will come in handy when you don’t have a connection.

You can also rename folders/files and export them to other apps, while some optimization on the tablet side will make SugarSync for Android look better on larger screens.

Most importantly, perhaps, the new version uploads pictures and videos at their full resolution – and we know how meaningful this is for some of you.



Source: Engadget - Read the full article here

Author: Daily Tech Whip

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