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Default SugarSync 5GB Cloud Storage (dropbox killer)

SugarSync is the best syncronization solution i've tested so far
some of the features that attracted me mostly
- 5GB of free space (+ 500MB)
- sync the files between all the computers and devices
- music streaming
- photo sharing








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SugarSync is the best syncronization solution i've tested so far
some of the features that attracted me mostly
- 5GB of free space (+ 500MB)
- sync the files between all the computers and devices
- music streaming
- photo sharing

If you register through my referral link you'll get an additional 500MB (I also get)







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I think I liked dropbox more for Linux support and it had a folder on desktop...does this have that now

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I think I liked dropbox more for Linux support and it had a folder on desktop...does this have that now

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Yes, that is one thing dropbox has over SugarSync, Linux support, but I'm sure after the flood of emails they have recieved, they would get it going and have linux support.
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I couldn't help but notice in the intro video they talked about a free trial...for 30 days. My question is, how free are these free 5 gigs?
 
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I couldn't help but notice in the intro video they talked about a free trial...for 30 days. My question is, how free are these free 5 gigs?
The trial is for the 60GB they offer. The 5GB is free.
 
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Oh, thanks. I thought it was just a lame scam to get people to try it. Sorry, but growing up on the internet has made me suspicious of anything labeled free.
 
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I have both of them. dropbox seems faster and with sugar sync I have issues downloading some files to my phone.

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it wouldn't surprise me if dropbox increased its free offerings to match in the near future. for now, i'm up to 6gb for free anyway.
 
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Personally I wouldn't use either service due to privacy concerns.
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