If you are a Mac users that has eyed some of the Windows only sync services with envy, you don't have to be jealous anymore. A company called IDriveSync has announced that it is now making its cloud-based sync and sharing service available for Mac users. The service will let users share files of all sorts and synchronize those files across multiple computers.
Users wanting to try the service can get a free 2GB option that will support sync for up to five different computers and share with up to 50 different machines. If that 2GB of space isn't enough a full membership with all the storage you want costs $4.95 monthly.
The service synchronizes the data the user defines on Mac and PCs across multiple computers. The data is encrypted when stored and during transmission for security. The company also expects to add support for Linux to the service as well. Mac users can sign up right now.
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