@BitTorrentSync Now Available for Android and #iOS

When I first considered BitTorrent Sync a short time ago, it wasn’t ready for use on iPads/iPhone devices…fortunately, that has changed!

It was a cinch to get this going on my Android device, and it’s working quite well to backup all my images/videos in my iPad’s Camera Roll (about 14.8 gigs in 658 files) to my Linux desktop (which is where all my backups end up anyways). Even neater is the ability to sync between my Android device and my iPad…directly, without need for an intermediary cloud storage (e.g. Dropbox, Drive, etc.).

Check out this detailed page on how to do it and see what it looks like.


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