CrashPlan is an amazing service that I've been using for a number of years to back up not only my desktops and laptops, but also all the Linux servers. I can't recommend it enough due to the fact that it's cross-platform (Java), can be headless (client/server architecture), has no storage limitations, can use various configurable destinations (cross-backup across my devices), multiple schedules and backup sets, practically unlimited file versioning, etc, etc - it is literally the best offering on the market that I've tried so far.

I can talk about CrashPlan forever, but this post is not about that. This post is about two Android apps that Code 42, the maker of CrashPlan, just dropped in the Android Market - CrashPlan and CrashPlan PRO.

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