Sync - Backup and Restore

Sync - Backup and Restore

By Miciniti Nigeria Ltd

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2018-02-13
  • Current Version: 1.0.10
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 11.65 MB
  • Developer: Miciniti Nigeria Ltd
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.11 or later.
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Description

Sync is a file transfer app with full sync, backup and restore features. NOTE: Local drive is free. Removable and Cloud drives are available via in app purchase at the Sync Shop. Terms: DRIVE: A 'drive' is a local storage unit or a cloud storage service where files and data can be stored, e.g. Disk drive, Dropbox, Box, Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Amazon S3, etc. SOURCE: A 'source' is a local drive that provides files or data to be uploaded to other drives or receives files downloaded from other drives. TASK: A 'task' is a collection of sources with a target drive, through which a sync, backup or restore operation can be performed. The app can perform: * Full Sync: compares and synchronises files at two locations, deleted files in one location are deleted at the other, while new files at one location are uploaded to the other * Backup Sync: upload changed files from sources to the destination drive * Restore Sync: download changed files on a drive to target sources * FILE MANAGER: list and browse files and folders on a drive, upload or download files to and from a drive, delete/rename files and folders on a drive. Usage: File transfers are performed in tasks and you can create as many tasks for any drive, and with as many sources as you prefer. When you create a task, you will 1. add a list of sources that point to the data you want to backup or restore. For files, this will be the folder containing the files. 2. add a destination drive and then select a destination folder on the drive where the data will be uploaded to or downloaded from. Each source in a task can have a 'path'. A source path is a folder name, relative to the current task's drive destination folder , where a source's files are uploaded to during a backup or downloaded from during restore.

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