Between a BlackBerry, work computer, home desktop, and laptop, it’s easy to get your files scattered in a lot of different places. SugarSync knows this and is trying make it quick and easy to make sure you can always access all of your files. They’ve been kicking around for awhile, and I’ve been testing it out since beta. We talked with the developer about the importance of syncing across desktops and handheld, followed up by high promises of review. Well, here we are and ready to take a good close look at SugarSync.
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Our good friends over at Sharpcast, creators of SugarSync, sent us a line today to let us know their solution was selected as the Top Innovator in the category of Most Innovative Consumer Application or Service, and a Global Semi-Finalist in the Americas leg of the 2009 Mobile Innovation Global Award Competition, as part of the GSMA’s Mobile Innovation Marketplace.
SugarSync combines secure online backup, remote access, mobile synchronization, and online file sharing into one solution, giving users seamless access to all the content stored on their computers from a mobile phone. Expect a review up from us soon, but until then a 45-day free trial is available at www.sugarsync.com.
For our last show before WES, we talk with Neverfail and BoxTone about their recent partnership, as well as the spiffy lounge at WES, followed up by a talk with SugarSync about their desktop and mobile file access apps, and then Chalk about their exciting plans for WES, which include a prize-packed contest. As usual, we run down the news, namely the BlackBerry 9100’s flip form factor coming to light, Canadian government stepping into the ongoing Indian debacle, and RIM’s post-WES plans for certification. You can grab the MP3, XML, or iTunes.