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SugarSync for BlackBerry v2.1 Adds Local Folder Sync!

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For some reason SugarSync has not yelled this from the rooftop but thankfully @diegonei pointed it out. SugarSync for BlackBerry has been updated to v2.1 and it adds a brand new feature that I have been begging them for years to add. It now lets you sync folders to the SD card and memory of your BlackBerry. Sweet right? I also notice that this new version looks much better on my OS 7 BlackBerry Bold 9930 so it could be they tweaked it for new devices too. Either way this is yet another reason why you should be signing up for SugarSync now. As SugarSync says “If you like DropBox you will love SugarSync!”

You can pick up SugarSync for BlackBerry 2.1 in App World and sign up for a free SugarSync account if you don’t already have one. Official change log after the jump:

Direct Folder Sync to BlackBerry for Offline Access

BlackBerry users have always been able to access all of their files and folders from the Cloud via SugarSync’s app. But today, BlackBerry users can now select any folder on any computer and sync it locally to their BlackBerry for offline access. Are you about hop on a plane, but need to review and edit some files on your BlackBerry while disconnected? Just sync the folders to your device before getting on the plane, and have access throughout the flight. As soon as you get off the plane and connect to a network, you can re-sync all your changes to the Cloud and your other devices.

SD Card Sync Enables Syncing of Photos and Folders to the Cloud

The new SugarSync for BlackBerry app includes support for syncing the SD card on BlackBerry devices. This enables users to select their photos or other folders on their BlackBerry’s SD card and sync it to their computers and the Cloud. Do you snap a ton of photos with your BlackBerry, but hate the process of plugging your device into your computer to get the photos off your device? SugarSync’s SD card sync for BlackBerry enables you to select your Photos folder (or any other folder) and sync it to your computer from anywhere. No wires required.

Additional Security with Application PIN Code

All SugarSync mobile transactions have always been encrypted and secure, to make sure you can securely sync and access all of your files and data no matter where you are. Today, SugarSync for BlackBerry adds an additional layer of security by providing the user the ability to set a PIN code in order to access the SugarSync app. Did you leave your BlackBerry in the cab again? With the PIN code enabled, you have added security from someone accessing your SugarSync app if they find your device.

The new SugarSync for BlackBerry app is the latest update in SugarSync’s line of mobile apps, which cover 95 percent of all mobile devices in the world including iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, Window’s Mobile, and Symbian devices.

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  1. Who says sleeping late does not pay? I was overjoyed by this updade. Just make sure your device has enough battery!

  2. I dropped sugar sync when they refused to support the playbook, use dropbox instead. After repeated contacts they basically said not only are we not developing an app we refuse to look into why sugarsync will not work on the playbook browser when other file upload programs do.

    Sorry but this company deserves no support from blackberry users.

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