Use GoodSync for File Synchronization
Top-Rated File Sync Software
If you’re someone who uses multiple computers and devices for work, school or fun, you know what a headache it is to keep your files up-to-date in all locations. GoodSync’s File Sync feature ensures that folders in two or more separate locations contain identical up-to-date files. If you add, change, or delete a file from one location, the synchronization process will add, change, or delete the same file at the other location(s).
Our software will not only synchronize all your data, but also analyze, filter, and display results through a user-friendly interface, ensuring you avoid duplicates and synchronize only the files that you need!
Keeping Files Synced
When two or more locations are synchronized with GoodSync, no matter where your files are located, the most current versions of those files is available at all locations, regardless of where and when it was last modified.
Although it is possible to manually copy files between directories, using GoodSync is faster and safer, as you are much less likely to accidentally delete files. Our powerful algorithm takes all the guesswork out of keeping your important files up-to-date, so don’t get caught without GoodSync!
Why Use GoodSync for File Synchronization?
- Options: GoodSync can synchronize files located on a PC, Mac, smartphone, tablet, hard drive, network, USB, FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, or Amazon S3. The synchronization can be done locally, through a network or through the internet.
- Convenience: You can choose to automate the syncing process at a given time of day or when a particular system action occurs, like when a USB drive is inserted or during system startup.
- Unparalleled Technology: • GoodSync's sophisticated algorithm and bit-by-bit synchronization ensures complete accuracy and protects against data loss. GoodSync is scalable enough to withstand synchronization jobs ranging from five files to five million files without fail.
- No Monthly Fees: Unlike many other backup solutions, we do not charge monthly fees for backups.