Android users can now take advantage of the syncing solution SugarSync from the folks at Sharpcast. I’m neither an Android user (at the moment) nor a SugarSync users so I haven’t had the opportunity to check this out. The SugarSync folks are saying this will run on those Android powered Netbooks as well, assuming they get to market.
I know many GBM readers (and quite a few team members) use SugarSync as their syncing solution. So, I’d love to hear from GBM readers who may use both and are checking this out. In the meantime, I’ll point you to this post from VentureBeat and to this from Kevin Tofel of jkOnTheRun who got a chance to check it out last night.
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