Left side vs. Right side - Exactly what I was looking for. This is the only sync app I have found thus far that allows for cloud folders to be synced to custom local folders (i.e. External SD Card). Thoroughly ticks me off that the branded ownCloud app has custom folder sync options on the desktop applications, but not the mobile apps. This app resolves that problem. Well worth the $2.99 from me! Extra star coming after I use it for a bit and make sure it is worthy of the ever elusive 5th star.
Impressive but... (scratching head) The list of supported services is impressive... but I would be very cautious about providing credentials to all my servers and cloud accounts to a closed source app, unless they are throwaway or temporary accounts. I'm better off (and safer) without this app.
It doesn't work for me. I was trying to copy files via SMB to an external card in Android 6.0. Other application didn't have copy problems with the same setup on the same device. The app log says files are copied, but in fact, they are not copied at all. I asked the support for help, but got no response. The application doesn't even ask to grant permissions to external SD as other applications do. Storage permissions is granted in App Manager.
I bought this app today. While it runs great on my Nexus6P. I cannot get it sync on my android 4.1.1 system in my car. There, when i run the profile to sync, it always gives "synchronizing error: Null" in the logs. Im syncing between the sd card of the Android dvice with a folder my home NAS server. I have no issues with this on my phone. Same NAS, folders etc. UPDATE: Never heard back from the dev, its been too weeks... App seems to be abandoned.
Pretty Worthless As others have mentioned, even if you give it permission to the SD card, it still says read only. It cannot even create a folder, says read only. Yet, I am looking at other folders that say rw. I uninstalled and reinstalled, granted access again, still cannot write. Developers, if you are too lazy to spend a couple of hours writing a help file, why should anyone bother to even try your product. Permissions a total fail. Let us know when you actually *fix* the permissions, and I may revisit.
Works well Detailed control over how folders sync. Takes a while to get the hang of it. One problem is that you have to keep pressing save buttons, unlike any other android app. The standard is to save changes on menu exit. This app breaks standard behaviour unfortunately, so is very unintuitive. Five stars otherwise.
- Added Android 6.0 support
- Added alarm schedule start/stop option (better battery performance)
- Fixed "Synology File Station" service date bug
- Fixed "Mega" service bug
- Fixed broken cloud providers
- Updated "SMB" service
- Updated "SFTP" service
- Improved search for SMB server
- Fixed bugs
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