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Sync Google Docs to your PC, Mac

Insync syncs your Google Docs to your PC or Mac

| Software News | Posted: Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am

Something I hate about using Google Docs, is I need to be in the "Documents" section of my account to do anything. I wish there were a program where I could sync my Google Docs to my PC and/or Mac. Oh wait, there is!

 

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Enter Insync. Insync is a service that syncs your Google Docs with your local machine, so you don't need to open up and use your browser, and prefer to use another word processing application.

 

An interesting feature within Insync is the ability to manage multiple Google accounts. This is something that can be very useful if you have multiple accounts with multiple documents in each account. Storage costs are cheap, as Google provide 1GB for free and additional space is not too badly priced.

 

Google charge US$5 per year for 20GB, US$20 per year for 80GB, US$50 for 200GB, all the way up to 1TB. Considering Dropbox charges US$50 per year for 50GB and US$100 for 100GB, it's actually not too bad at all.

 

If you're a Google fanatic, like me, Insync seems like the perfect tool for you documents-on-the-go.

NEWS SOURCES:Lifehacker.com.au

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