10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by Shawn Hughes on 04/03/2014
Great roll your own backup.
by Reiner Traubensaft on 01/02/2014
Together with an own ssh/rsync server, this is the perfect backup solution for android.
by Chris Usher on 27/01/2014
At first I was sceptical, but after a little work configuring my NAS box, creating the key pair and reading up the options for rsync, this app did a great job of syncing all photos from my device to the NAS. One thing that could be improved: browse butto
by Kevin Layer on 25/01/2014
Allows easy backup of my sdcard. Please add the ability to backup/restore configuration to sdcard. Typing the config on a phone keyboard is really painful.
by 0 on 11/01/2014
This app works very well with the exception that creation date and time cannot be set due to the android security model.
by Mike Hayward on 11/01/2014
by Андрей Капшук on 08/01/2014
Very simple to use it if you know rsync
by Sandeep Malik on 30/12/2013
Having an awesome rysnc solutions at hand is beyond measure and this app delivers just that. I could back up my entire DroppBox, Google Drive, etc from my mac to android, and hence now everything is available offline! keep up the good work!
by Alan Ho on 24/12/2013
I have tried like 10 times to generate a pair of keys but can't get the device connect to the server. The pub key content generated is different from the email content that I choose to send myself after key generation. The email ends with rsync@android w
by James Stevens on 17/12/2013
Trying to rsync photos to my phone that are stored on my Linux server. This app keeps crashing, the error log is unreadable and it didn't do the job
by Gio G on 08/12/2013
The only free rsync command line enabled tool. Great guy the one who did this. Integrates with tasker = great. I have one wish about it: backticks are not passed as in the shell. I wish they were since this would enable versioning with multiple versions h
by Isaac Garrison on 13/11/2013
Figured out the problem I was having...
by Ralph Louis Vinciguerra on 30/08/2013
A little tricky to set up but if you know rsync and ssh from unix you will be fine.
by Peter Clarke on 23/08/2013
I had tried to copy files using sftp and cifs. Both kept stalling so I tried rsync. It works great. A scheduler would be handy if it was possible to add.
by Drazen Tomic on 23/08/2013
Works great over all sorts of connections. BUT: you need to know what is a private/public key and to have a slight idea what rsync is ;-)