BitTorrent Sync Beta Adds File Versioning, Android App [PPA]

BitTorrent Sync, a secure peer-to-peer file synchronization tool available for Linux, Windows, Mac OS X and NAS devices, has entered beta status. The beta release includes various enhancements, including a new file versioning feature called SyncArchive as well as a new Android app. An iOS application is expected to be released soon.The BitTorrent Sync Android app supports syncing files (either on demand or automatic sync), backup a folder from your Android device to your desktop or send and receive files from one mobile device to another:The new SyncArchive feature allows BitTorrent Sync to keep old versions of your files stored in a folder in case you need to access previous versions of your files. For now, BtSync only keeps one past version for each document but this is likely to change soon.Unfortunately, there’s still no GUI for Linux but you can access BitTorrent Sync by using its WebUI.Since we last wrote about BitTorrent Sync, the tool has received various improvements, including:One-way synchronization;One-time Secrets;Option to exclude specific files/directories;Advanced preferences configuration;Support for additional types of NAS devices;Improved Linux WebUI;Many bug fixes and other improvements.BitTorrent Sync synchronizes your files using a peer-to-peer (P2P) protocol so the files are transferred directly between the users instead

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