ChronoSync

Version: 4.5.2 || Release Date: 2014-07-29 || License: Commercial with demo ($30.00) App Owner: angelp

ChronoSync is an easy to use data management tool that allows you to efficiently synchronize files and folders from one disk location to another.

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15 Opinions

ChronoSync is now at version 4.5.3, requiring Mac OS X 10.6 (or later).

The 'trial sync' function is useful to compare folders before synchronizing. It is especially useful as it is much more efficient (faster, uses less cpu & less memory) than comparison tools such as Deltawalker, KDiff3 or Compare Folders.

I got to say: I lost hours of work before I found this app. Love it! My macbook woldnt let my brand new iMac to copy the folders properly (permission errors) until I installed ChronoSync and ChronoAgent.

Thank you developers. You made my day :)

Started using 4.0 and really like it. Super easy and pretty reliable so far.

Essential, I have it running on a couple of macs, very handy for aperture library syncing, and for making sure my data is all nicely organised and backed up.

I love this program and I think it's worth every penny. I use it to Sync folders/files between my MacBook Pro and iMac and it works awesome - it can even sync iPhoto & iTunes libraries.

econtechnologies.com has been completely dead for the last 2 days. Pretty lame, theres no way to download their app anywhere on the internet.

A few more days and these guys should be delisted.

Awesome app. It covers the full range from basic backups to very complex rule-based 2-way syncs.

Also, full support for bundle files (or file bundles), such as Pages, Keynote, Numbers files or the dreaded iPhoto '08 library. Although I haven't had the opportunity to try it, the manual says ChronoSync is able to look into bundles and only sync or backup what's changed in it. This means you won't have to refresh the whole backed-up copy of your library after only adding one pic.

Truly has it all, highly recommended. Only minus, as mentioned before me: aesthetically it really needs some work on the UI and icon. Still functional, though.

This is a great program. Very powerful and customizable, but also has a great default setup and so don't really need to take a lot of time setting things up. Also, their tech support is very, very good.

My only problem is that the interface and icons are kind of ugly. Wish they would use Cocoa.

I use this to:
1. sync my USB drive to my work Mac
2. sync the same USB drive to my home Mac
3. sync the Macs to file servers in respective networks

Easy to use - set up and forget!

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