File Synchronization for OS X: ChronoSync

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Date: Monday, February 18th, 2002, 12:47
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File backup and sync is finally coming to Mac OS X. Dantz has released a public beta of Retrospect (though it warns you should not rely on beta software for backup), and Econ Technologies announced today that it is releasing its US$19.95 Cocoa-based ChronoSync for synchronization and backup.


File backup and sync is finally coming to Mac OS X. Dantz has released a public beta of Retrospect (though it warns you should not rely on beta software for backup), and Econ Technologies announced today that it is releasing its US$19.95 Cocoa-based ChronoSync for synchronization and backup.

ChronoSync lets you synchronize files between folders, hard drives, removable media, laptops, file servers, or any computer (including non-Macs). Features include a fully-customizable toolbar, multiple synchronization settings, uni-directional and bi-directional synchronization, include/exclude rules, file compare, trial synchronizations, and logging. ChronoSync incorporates an automated scheduler. A demo is available on Econ’s website.

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