Synchronize! X Plus
Synchronize! X Plus
4.3.3

3.3

Synchronize! X Plus free download for Mac

Synchronize! X Plus

4.3.3
08 November 2016

Personal file synchronization and backup tool.

Overview

Synchronize! X Plus is a personal file synchronization and backup utility. It has been re-engineered for OS X, taking advantage of the modern properties of the operating system, such as preemptive multitasking, and supporting the full capabilities of the file system, including 255-character Unicode file names and OS X file permissions. Files are copied at the maximum speed possible, using preemptive multitasking to full advantage.

What's new in Synchronize! X Plus

Version 4.3.3:
  • Fixed a bug which caused a crash when an item in the "Files To Copy" window is clicked

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10 Synchronize! X Plus Reviews

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Drtyrell969
23 November 2009

Most helpful

This ain't shareware folks. It's a worthless duplicate of FREE software. $30?????? Are you kidding me? Is this an IQ test? Try not to get an F on this one folks. Search on "synchronize" here at MU and find yourself a little app called "Folder Backup." Everyone thinks they deserve a million bucks without the proportionate amount of effort. You couldn't graduate high school having coded this app. $5 MAYBE.
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Version 3.7
Cybercomp
14 June 2015
Generally works, sometimes flaky. PROBLEMS: wants to "call home" every time it's opened (more on this below), way too expensive compared to alternatives, and then you have to re-purchase every two years to use -- even if the only update has been from 4.0 to 4.1! Recommend arRync (free!) or Folder Sync ($9) instead. Both do the job just as well. Or for a bit more, get Carbon Copy Cloner and be able to backup the entire disk.
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Version 4.1
Mountabe
08 February 2015
neat
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Version 4.1
Drtyrell969
23 November 2009
This ain't shareware folks. It's a worthless duplicate of FREE software. $30?????? Are you kidding me? Is this an IQ test? Try not to get an F on this one folks. Search on "synchronize" here at MU and find yourself a little app called "Folder Backup." Everyone thinks they deserve a million bucks without the proportionate amount of effort. You couldn't graduate high school having coded this app. $5 MAYBE.
Like (2)
Version 3.7
pcharles
03 April 2006
The main attraction this application, for me, was that is is one of a very few that works with networked SMB shares.
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Version 3.0
Anonymous
15 August 2005
I don't know where the person below is getting his ideas from, the licence specifically states: "This software reports its serial number and the name of the computer over the Internet for the purpose of ensuring license compliance. No other information is transferred and this information will not be used to contact you." I am a registered user and have had a fantastic level of support for all my queries. I think it is a really good program that has a feature set that makes it good value for money.
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Version 2.5.1
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
20 August 2005
Because I don't want some company somewhere keeping tabs on what I'm doing with my computer, especially something as non-public as synchronizing my machines. I'm not denying the company's right to collect this information, by the way, and I commend them for at least informing us. All I intended to communicate is that for me it's a show-stopper, and that I'm willing to use a significantly slower program to maintain my privacy. Other potential users who don't read the small print in the license might want to know this information, and perhaps the authors of this program might change their policy sometime in the future.
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Version 2.5.1
Anonymous
04 June 2005
I recently needed an updated synchronization program, and I switched from Synchronize! X Plus (an older version) to Chronosync. Chronosync took a bit of getting used to, but it works just fine and seems to have every feature that Synchronize! X Plus has, and a few extras that are only available in the Pro version. On the other hand, it's significantly slower! So why don't I move back to Synchronize! X Plus? Because of the lunatic profit-protection feature built into current versions of this program. Every time you use it, it sends your synchronization information to the componany, Qdea! That's a privacy violation I just can't tolerate, and I suspect others can't, either. Qdea -- are you there? -- if you would just eliminate this noxious feature, you would increase your customer base and more than make up for whatever profit you think are protecting!
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Version 2.0.1
3 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
21 June 2005
So what you are saying is that you do not like Qdea's attempts to stop your desire for software piracy. Interesting!
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Version 2.5.1
Anonymous
Anonymous
21 June 2005
No, I'm not saying that at all. I'm saying that the method Qdea uses to protect against privacy violates my privacy -- and that I feel strongly enough about it to use a different program, even though its slower. I own lots of software, have paid for it all, have pirated nothing, and I don't own anything else that does things the way Qdea does.
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Version 2.5.1
dalemericle
dalemericle
18 July 2008
I often backup, synchronize when I am off line. Qdea gets no info during those operations. I think that you get what you pay for.
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Version 3.6
Anonymous
29 November 2004
This is an excellent piece of software for synchronizing files, preferences, and settings between macs with removable media (I can't speak about other uses). I've been using it for over a year and have never lost a file or a setting. The initial set-up requires care and the user interface takes a bit of getting used to. But once it's properly set up it is absolutely reliable and it gives you complete control over which files you want to overwrite, leave alone, or delete. As far as I know there is nothing like it for keeping copies of your e-mail on different machines up-to-date. It synchronizes every change to the in-box, every attachment and sent and deleted message, rock solid every time. And the user interface has been improved in the new version so that the process is even clearer. Definitely one of the most useful pieces of software on my computers and worth every penny.
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
11 September 2003
Great program. Fast, nice, ... great!
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Version 1.2
Anonymous
16 November 2002
Great software... I have tried a couple of packages, and this one is the quickest and the most reliable. I am a Windows->Mac convert... used to use Briefcase all of the time and this is even better than that.
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Version 1.1.5
Anonymous
02 October 2002
Lot's of trouble getting this to work. Poor UI. Fast but buggy.
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Version 1.1.5