Cloudswave Score for Goodsync
Rating based on 14 Critic Reviews
Bob Thornton, on Download Crew
All in all, Goodsync is a solid and reliable synchronisation tool which doubles as a backup program. GoodSync can be used in synchronisation or backup mode, making it a versatile tool. Files can be synchronised with or backed up to other folders, separate drives, removable media, networked computers or online servers.
Despite similarities, GoodSync is on a different level from Dropbox et al. For professionals, businesspeople, and other users who need the same sort of convenience but more features, power, and security, GoodSync stands apart.
Denise, on IT Support
GoodSync is a reliable application for people who prefer to sync their files across multiple devices but want it done with minimal interaction. Once the job is set up to sync on a schedule, then no further configuration is required. Although some computer rookies may have difficulty when first configuring the software, it is relatively easy to master. We advise that if you are experiencing problems to check out the Support section on GoodSync’s website.
Liane Cassavoy, on PCWorld
If cloud-based storage services are the most popular kids in town, GoodSync is the sympathetic rebel. This file synchronization and backup service bucks the cloud-based trend, focusing on computer-to-computer syncing instead. And anyone who relies on cloud storage will be relieved to know that GoodSync just might have you covered there, too.
Geoff Akerlund, on Backup Review
GoodSync is a fantastic file synchronization program.
GoodSync's varied options give the purchaser many ways to perform data transfer and synchronization and backup. Menus are easy to comprehend, intuitive, and are presented in a straight forward fashion. The software’s sync process is quite quick. Business users will find the software very suitable for networked devices, providing the transfer of ACLS, SFTP and WebDav support.
Unfortunately, the mobile device list is found lacking, as many of today’s phones do not use the Windows Mobile operating system. Overall, it’s a very useful product.
Glenn Fleishman, on Mac World
Many people who routinely need to keep sets of files and folders identically matched, or who want to perform backups without relying on hosted services like CrashPlan and Mozy, will find it worthwhile to take the time to learn GoodSync. The software's makers could reduce the learning curve by addressing the problem of outdated and incomplete documentation, and by improving server management. They might also brush up on more common terms for technical tasks.
David McKinnon, on Expert Reviews
In an age of monthly fees for online backup, the freedom that GoodSync provides by allowing you to choose your own online location is welcome, particularly when the price of storage on the Amazon S3 service, for example, is pennies rather than pounds per month per GB. While free services like DropBox also allow you to sync files between computers and share those files with others, the versatility of GoodSync is worth the one-off cost.
Jon L. Jacobi, on Tech Hive
If GoodSync isn't the most powerful syncing solution on the planet, then someone out there is flying really low under the radar. It's most definitely worth downloading.
Jeffrey L. Wilson, on Pc Mag
GoodSync Pro for Mac is a feature-rich backup and synchronization service that suffers somewhat from license limitations and a lack of a Web component.
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