SugarSync is a cloud data sharing service used to synch content across different devices. It can be used on computers, mobile phones, and other devices, as long as they run on Windows, Android or an iOS or MacOS operating system.
The appeal of the service is that files are constantly monitored and updated whenever one is edited, moved or deleted. This means that, unlike other services that may check for changes once every few minutes, all changes are synced across devices instantly.
SugarSync is a paid-only service and one that’s more expensive than other alternatives like Backblaze, Syncthing, Duplicati and more well-known services like Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive. SugarSync offers tiered plans that allow users to choose how much data they want to sync across devices.
Tip: Be careful when using SugarSync – if your account expires and you don’t renew in time, or your auto-renewal credit card doesn’t have enough funds available, SugarSync will delete all information synced by that account on all devices, with no way to retrieve it. Always make sure your account is paid for and your payment method has enough funds available.