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Google Drive Client `Insync` For Linux Out Of Beta, Gets Selective Sync Support

Insync is an unofficial Google Drive client that “extends Drive’s web functionality to your desktop by integrating tightly with Windows, Mac and Linux so you can get work done”.Insync for Linux: Nautilus integration / Ubuntu appindicatorInsync for Linux is out of beta and it now offers the same features available for the Windows and Mac clients: multiple account supportselective sync (all files and folders)offline access to Google Docssymlink supportbuilt-in sharing (without using a web browser)file manager integrationrecent changes moreThe Linux version also comes with a feature that allows you to add any folder on your system to Insync via the file manager context menu (using a symbolic link).Insync was free to use while in beta only so to use the latest stable release you must pay a one-time fee of $9.99 per Google account (which includes unlimited installs across all desktops). You can try the stable release for free for 15 days. The trial period can be extended by 15 days if you refer a friend (both you and your friend get an extra 15 days).The tool supports Ubuntu, Debian, Linu Mint, PCLinuxOS, MEPIS and Fedora with the following desktop environments: Unity, Cinnamon, GNOME Shell, KDE, LXDE, Xfce, MATE and Openbox

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