A little over a week ago, SugarSync, a cloud based file storage and synchronization service, released an update to their BlackBerry app which added features like direct folder sync for offline use, SD card sync to the cloud, and enhanced PIN security. We’ve been testing SugarSync for BlackBerry over the Labar Day holiday weekend and are happy to report that, not only is SugarSync one of the best cloud based file storage solutions that we’eve seen on the BlackBerry, but, we have 3 FREE 30GB Sugar Sync accounts to give away.
To win one of three, one year, 30 GB accounts in our Post Labor Day SugarSync Giveaway, simply leave a legitimate comment on this post. At 12:00 p.m. PST, 3:00 p.m EST, Friday, September 9th, we will randomly select 3 winners. SugarSync is a cross platform cloud storage solution so you don’t have to be a BlackBerry user to participate. SurgarSync offers everyone a free 5GB account so, even, if you don’t win 30 GB account, you can give the service a try. BlackBerry users can head over to BlackBerry App World to download… Others can get information for your platform at SugarSync.com
I have switched from Drop Box (had a premium paid account of 50 GB) to Sugar Sync due to the fact that Drop Box did not support the latest OS 7 devices and even when I posted on their forums the members these said there are no plans in the near future for OS 7 support. So I quickly cancelled my Drop box premium account and switched to Sugar Sync. Not only did Sugar Sync offer me more space (FREE), but their BlackBerry app is much better and faster, and setting up the app on the PC is much simpler Sugar Sync is by far the best cloud storage / syncing program, and it uploads files much faster than Dropbox! Thank you very much for this service! I hope I win the free upgrade to 30 GB it will make me much much happier
Drop released an update over the weekend that supports BB7, but, I wouldn’t mind winning free copy of sugarsync…
Meant to say DropBox
SugarSync was recommended to me a while ago. I downloaded the app and left it sitting. A project came up for which SugarSync was amazingly handy to have around. I have talked a number of other people into using it and no one has been disappointed.
Count me in! 🙂 SugarSync on BlackBerry is a way better app than Dropbox.
UAU! 30GB is just what i wanted.
Please count me in 🙂
Hope I win!
With all the “cloud” based services now available its hard to choose, especially being on the BlackBerry platform. I would say that sugarsync has one me over! Would also love to win the 30gig account!
WELCOME TO TEH FUTURE
welcome to the future
SugarSync really looks like they are playing to win with the BlackBerry community… and I like it!
Still trying out SugarSync – but Dropbox seems to have tough competition now! I like that they are focusing on BlackBerry … unlike all other cloud vendors that are focusing on the iPhone and Android!
Count me in for 30GB!
It’s been a while since I have looked at cloud storage solutions, but it looks like SugarSync has made some serious improvements since I have. I’m particularly interested in the ability to send files of any size and sync shared folders with people. Often I have the need to share really large VM images with contractors or agents who don’t have intranet access. The ability to transfer an 8GB+ file would be a killer feature as not even file transfer services can manage that easily.
What a great idea!
I have been looking for a sync solution for BlackBerry for a while now. This would work nicely.
sugarsync is still my favorite….would definitely appreciate the 30GB. Thanks!
I have the free account. I can’t afford the 30gig one. Love it though.
I like this, and i want to try using the cloud storage ….
Hope to win
Taking Cloud Computing Course. I can use the storage. Thanks
SugarSync would allow me to access my important docs