Cloud storage providers like Dropbox, SugarSync, and Google Drive all have free apps available in the Play Store, but none of these sync up with folders saved on your Android device's internal memory the way their desktop clients do. For that functionality, look no further than FolderSync. This aptly named app can sync folders with over ten different cloud storage services, and version 2.5 adds another option, Copy.com, to the list. This latest update also rolls out a tweaked UI, one that comes complete with a hamburger navigation drawer. Other areas of the app have also seen a UI refresh.

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Notifications are now expandable, and in addition to Copy.com, version 2.5 also rolls out support for various WebDAV providers. This update also fixes broken Google Drive syncing, with affected users ideally only having to re-authenticate their accounts in order to get up and running.

What's new:

  • GUI: using drawer pattern for main navigation.
  • GUI: new layout for most activities.
  • Feature: added new sync engine. To try it out enable it in settings under beta features.
  • Feature: root access now has to be enabled in beta settings (read only). Enable if you need to sync root files.
  • Feature: using stack notification feature on device that supports it.
  • Feature: some SMB and WebDAV servers now searchable using Bonjour protocol.
  • Provider: added Copy.com.
  • Provider: added various WebDAV supported providers as selectable account types.
  • Bugfix: Fixed broken Google Drive. Please re-authenticate account.
  • Bugfix: totally removed AdMob references from full version and many more...

If you don't already have the app, there's a lite version available that's limited to two accounts, lacks sync filters, and doesn't have Tasker support. On the positive side, removing these limitations only costs $2.95.

Source: FolderSync