Synqion
Synqion
4.5.6.1888

4.5

Synqion free download for Mac

Synqion

4.5.6.1888
26 March 2018

Virtualize folders securely for remote project teams (was TeamDrive).

Overview

Synqion (was TeamDrive) virtualizes folder and their documents for data exchange and collaboration among teams, individuals, and multiple devices using the Internet. Anyone with access to a WebDAV server (e.g., available with Box.net, free-of-charge) can use the free version of Synqion for an unlimited time without any restrictions. The software application guarantees a high degree of security and is awarded the Data Protection Seal of Approval by the Independent Center for Privacy Protection ULD in Germany. All data which leaves a computer is highly encrypted (256 bit) and is not accessible by any uninvited person. All data is available offline and always stays in sync.

A basic Synqion account is free. Personal ($110.85/year) and other versions are also available. For more details see this page.

What's new in Synqion

Version 4.5.6.1888:
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6 Synqion Reviews

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Perlmonkey
16 December 2009

Most helpful

This is by far my favorite tool for synchronizing files between different computers and different teams. I tried TeamDrive and it's ok, but way overhyped and especially security comes far behind a pretty GUI. TeamDrive comes with a 1 GB storage in "the cloud" but since I don't trust Amazon with my personal data, the built-in encryption BEFORE any data gets uploaded is a real plus.As an alternative, you can use any WebDAV storage you want with the free version. There is also a paid version with either more storage in the cloud or officially licensed features and no TeamDrive banner. One extremely nice feature is the tracking of file revisions. Whenever someone makes a change to a file it creates a new version and you can also compare various revisions of a Word document for example. Since TeamDrive is available for free and for all major platforms (Win/mac/linux) it is quite easy to have you team use this software right away. Unfortunately it relies on file naming conventions for the weakest chain in the link, so no / in files names, although possible on the Mac.
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Version 2.2.070
anonymous-dingo-653
04 February 2014
Since the "suggest similar" is not finding, look at BitTorrent Sync is all you want is to sync files between devices anywhere you have an internet connection. There is no need for you files to be stored in any server along the way. Do a general search here at MU or go to http://www.bittorrent.com/sync. You do not need any servers... cloud or otherwise.
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Version 3.2.0
1 answer(s)
Shock-J
Shock-J
27 April 2015
Being "non-centralized," as BitTorrent Sync is, has its pros and cons. Not having a "middle man" (e.g. servers in the cloud) is potentially more secure. But, peer to peer services also require that both computers be online simultaneously. If you're working with remote people all of the world, time differences can be problematic (in regard to being online at the same time and syncing). Cloud based services do not have this caveat (as the "cloud" is always online). I use both types of services, so I'm not trying to point a finger in either direction, just clarifying a significant difference between the two.
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jens459gmxde5536
11 July 2013
Great sync App between my Macbook Pro and my iPad. With End 2 End Encryption the only Cloud Sync App which keeps my data private.
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Version 3.1.1.374
Pedro-Fardilha
21 June 2012
Can anyone of MacUpdate explain to me why MY screenshot from a post on the help forum, regarding a specific problem that I was having, is being used as the TeamDrive image????
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Version 3.0.2.129
2 answer(s)
Regular-Warren
Regular-Warren
21 June 2012
Sorry about that. I popped in a different one. I'm not sure how or why one of our Content Editors chose that.
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Pedro-Fardilha
Pedro-Fardilha
21 June 2012
Hi. No worries, I know that sometimes those things just happen. Thanks for the fast replay
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SickTeddyBear
01 June 2012
TeamViewer 2 used a standard .pkg for installing. TeamViewer 2 installs fine on my computer under 10.7.4. TeamViewer 3 has switched to the BitRock installer. TeamViewer 3 hangs after clicking next at the first screen and has to be force quit. Fail. I honestly don't know why companies insist on using opaque and non-standard installers on the Mac. Not only do they have less flexibility, but they are also less transparent in showing the end-user exactly what is being installed and where. I can do a Quick Look on any .pkg file and see all the files and scripts contained inside. I can't do that with anything else. Please stick to the standard.
Like (2)
Version 3.0.0.107
1 answer(s)
SickTeddyBear
SickTeddyBear
02 June 2012
Oops. I obviously meant to say TeamDrive, not TeamViewer.
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appleHQ
04 November 2010
Problems syncing between Mac an PC clients. Useless.
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Version 2.2.147
2 answer(s)
Molamola
Molamola
25 October 2011
which type of problems? Could you specify? I see none, as long as I don't use filenames which are not allowed on the PC.
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appleHQ
appleHQ
25 October 2011
Well I do not want to spend time making sure all my filenames are device independent. Still a good product in terms of security.
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Perlmonkey
16 December 2009
This is by far my favorite tool for synchronizing files between different computers and different teams. I tried TeamDrive and it's ok, but way overhyped and especially security comes far behind a pretty GUI. TeamDrive comes with a 1 GB storage in "the cloud" but since I don't trust Amazon with my personal data, the built-in encryption BEFORE any data gets uploaded is a real plus.As an alternative, you can use any WebDAV storage you want with the free version. There is also a paid version with either more storage in the cloud or officially licensed features and no TeamDrive banner. One extremely nice feature is the tracking of file revisions. Whenever someone makes a change to a file it creates a new version and you can also compare various revisions of a Word document for example. Since TeamDrive is available for free and for all major platforms (Win/mac/linux) it is quite easy to have you team use this software right away. Unfortunately it relies on file naming conventions for the weakest chain in the link, so no / in files names, although possible on the Mac.
Like (2)
Version 2.2.070
1 answer(s)
sjk
sjk
20 April 2010
. > I tried TeamDrive and it's ok Seems you meant some other product you're comparing TD to?
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Version 2.2.122