USB Backup
USB Backup
3.1.4

3.5

USB Backup free download for Mac

USB Backup3.1.4

09 March 2013

Back up USB Flash drives.

Overview

USB Backup is great for backing up files from you UBS drives before the break. USB Backup saves you from nasty surprises by automatically backing up your flash drive's data so you don't have to.

Features:

Automatic Protection

USB Backup can automatically backup USB flash drives so you don’t have to. This ensures that your data is always backed up and ready to be restored anytime. Simply plug in your USB flashdrive and let USB Backup do the rest.

Reliable Protection

USB Backup features the best backup engine yet - any USB flash drive can be reliably backed up & restored - even bootable ones. All backups can be encrypted and can also be archived to save space, allowing you to create more backups at a lesser cost in memory.

Simple to use

USB Backup's user interface has been completely redesigned to make backing up & restoring your pendrives even easier, providing a clear overview over the backups you have created and the restore possibilities you have.

Integrated with OS X

USB Backup’s backups are fully compatible with Finder, which means that you can even access your backups on Macs that don’t have USB Backup installed. Whether you're at work, school or away from home, your backups are always accessible.

What's new in USB Backup

Version 3.1.4:
  • Adds an "-erase" option to the USB Backup Terminal tool.
  • Fixes some minor bugs in the USB Backup Terminal tool.

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How would you rate USB Backup app?

2 Reviews of USB Backup

3.5
Big77
05 March 2011
Version: 2.2

Most helpful

All this discussion about price is pointless -- it has nothing to do with performance. Let's discuss if the product actually works. It seems to, but with qualifications. It's a very simple backup -- seems to be a file copy (includes invisibles) of what's on the USB drive, placed in a package. No compression, no encryption, no areas not containing a file (i.e. I don't think a bootable image would be properly backed up). And although the backup really is at the file level once you open the package, the restore is all or nothing unless you know to open the package and drag out what you want. It is pretty neat to plug in a flash drive and have it backed up automatically and quickly. if this is what you're looking for, then maybe it's worth the price to you. If not, not buy it. In either case, know the application's limitations as well as its strengths.
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Sanchai
13 February 2013
Version: 3.1.1
The newest version 3.1.1 crash on startup on my Macbook Pro with retina display running Mountain Lion 10.8.2 have to revert to version 3.1 that work OK. I have sent crash report to the developer already. Hope witj get a fix and explanation as soon as possible
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3.5
Big77
05 March 2011
Version: 2.2
All this discussion about price is pointless -- it has nothing to do with performance. Let's discuss if the product actually works. It seems to, but with qualifications. It's a very simple backup -- seems to be a file copy (includes invisibles) of what's on the USB drive, placed in a package. No compression, no encryption, no areas not containing a file (i.e. I don't think a bootable image would be properly backed up). And although the backup really is at the file level once you open the package, the restore is all or nothing unless you know to open the package and drag out what you want. It is pretty neat to plug in a flash drive and have it backed up automatically and quickly. if this is what you're looking for, then maybe it's worth the price to you. If not, not buy it. In either case, know the application's limitations as well as its strengths.
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