EasyCloud
EasyCloud
1.66

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EasyCloud free download for Mac

EasyCloud1.66

09 May 2012

Immediately sync files across devices.

Overview

Note: EasyCloud is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for sale.

EasyCloud is a Utility app that allows Mac users to simply drag and drop data files into the EasyCloud Drop Window to have those files immediately available on all their Macs and iDevices. The app's two functions, Drop and Mac to Mac, support the following file types via iCloud: .pages (iWork), .numbers (iWork), .keynote (iWork), .doc (Microsoft Word), .excel (Microsoft Excel), .ppt (Microsoft Power Point), .txt (TextEdit Application), etc. The Drop function sends files directly to all the user's iDevices containing the matching app and via a common iCloud account. The Mac to Mac function enables both syncing and file sharing between Macs sharing the same iCloud account. A browser window displays all files available for sharing between Macs, files can be opened or deleted, and the list refreshed.

Feature Highlights:
  • Supports Apple's iWork apps for OS X and iOS: .pages, .numbers, and .keynote
  • Supports Microsoft Office files: .doc, .ppt, and .xls
  • Via GoodReader supports HTML and Safari webarchives, graphics, audio, and video
  • Drop send files directly to applications
  • Mac to Mac sync for file sharing between two or more Macs
  • Instantaneous transfer and availability of data through a single operation

What's new in EasyCloud

Version 1.66:
  • Fixed minor bugs

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3 Reviews of EasyCloud

Mikaelf
19 December 2011
Version: 1.4.7

Most helpful

Handle all file types for free, http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20111029203029574 It's already built in to Lion 10.7.2 and just works...for any file. No app needed.
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Bluepolo
12 January 2012
Version: 1.5.7
I must be missing something... there are so many similar free services eg DropBox, SugarSync, Insynch, Box and others, and they work on Snow Leopard.
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Dana-Sutton
06 January 2012
Version: 1.5.5
In fact, both Mikaelf and Colette are right. Lion users don’t need this, but (particularly after June 30, 2012, when MobileMe goes down) users who can’t or won’t upgrade past Snow Leopard will have a great need for synching software. Here is where developers ought to be putting their energy, it would be a lot more profitable for them to go in this direction.
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Mikaelf
19 December 2011
Version: 1.4.7
Handle all file types for free, http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20111029203029574 It's already built in to Lion 10.7.2 and just works...for any file. No app needed.
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