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Sync, Backup and Share Google Docs with Syncdocs

Syncdocs is a free app designed to be an easy to use tool to sync files between your desktop and Google Doc. You can use it for online storage and backup needs (Google Doc offers 1GB of free storage), accessing your files from any computer and Smartphone, and for accessing your Google Docs offline.

It also allows you to create, view or edit Office documents locally and online without the need of MS Office and share and collaborate your documents.

Its working is also very simple. Just select a folder on your PC, (for example, My Documents) and Syncdocs copies it online and across all your computers running Syncdocs. This folder is then kept in sync.

Watch the video below to see how it works.

Syncdocs can be downloaded free at source here (required Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 and Google account)


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