Ouisync Peer-to-Peer File Sync

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About this app

Ouisync is a free and open source tool enabling file sync and backups between devices, peer-to-peer.

- ๐Ÿ˜ป Easy to use: Simply install and quickly create files and folders to sync and share with trusted devices, contacts and/or groups.
- ๐Ÿ’ธ Free for everyone: no in-app purchases, no subscriptions, no ads, and no tracking!
- ๐Ÿ”† Offline-first: Ouisync uses an innovative, synchronous, peer-to-peer design that allows users to access and share files and folders whether or not your device can connect to the internet.
- ๐Ÿ”’ Secure: End-to-end encrypted files and folders - both in transit and at rest - secured by established, state-of-the art protocols.
- ๐Ÿ— Access Controls: Create repositories that can be shared as read-write, read-only, or blind (you store files for others, but cannot access them).
- Open Source: Ouisync's source code is 100% free and open source software, now and forever. All code can be found on Github.

Please note that Ouisync is currently in BETA and under active development, and as such some features and functionality may not work as expected. We encourage users to report bugs and request new features via Github: https://github.com/equalitie/ouisync-app
Updated on
Jan 17, 2024

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What's new

* Show NAT type using the new STUN-based API
* Implement IP and NAT detection with STUN
* Show external addresses using the new STUN-based API
* Support manually added peer, redesign the peers page
* Auto-fill suggested repository name on import
* Detect peer disconnection even when the peers don't have any repos
* Fix race condition causing message reordering
* Fix creating file names with non ASCII names
* Fix regression where unexpired blocks were not requested again