SugarSync Updates To Version 2.0 With Drag+Drop Sharing and Cross-Device Search

SugarSync is a cloud sharing application that has launched version 2.0 beta.  The new version is available in the form of desktop software, the web, and Android application.  Mac and Windows users can have direct file system access to all of their cloud files so you can transfer documents and other data without having to launch the app of web interface.

You will also be able to store files in individual folders and go to the activity feed to see a list of items in the order that were added.

SugarSync 2.0 has a new search tool that indexes remote content and locate files stored locally on computers and other devices.  You will also have the ability to drag and drop files to specific contacts or social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter.  SugarSync gives you a free 5GB account and paid accounts costs $5 for 30GB and $40 for 500GB.

[Engadget]

This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at
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