SugarSync let us know that they have released a new updated version of their app for BlackBerry. Users can now stream music from their cloud-based SugarSync storage account to their BlackBerry handheld devices.
the ability to remotely access, open and easily share your computer files,
including documents, photos and more stored in a SugarSync account. With an
appropriate document editor, files can be edited as well and synced back.
stream non-DRM protected music – synced from their computers to the cloud –
directly to their BlackBerry handheld device, and save local storage for
favorite tunes, photos, videos, and more. The built-in music player enables
people to play full sets, not just single songs.
auto-complete, a time-saver feature which allows people to even more quickly
share a files with colleagues or friends, as well as performance enhancements
and bug fixes.
available now in the BlackBerry App World for free. SugarSync also offers a
free 2 GB version of the full service, with 30 GB plans starting from
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