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Insync Offers Free Document Sharing

Insync Offers Free Document Sharing

Insync, the Singapore based company has launched a new platform to share documents. Now, you will be able to share more types of Google files with many users and in more ways.

For example, it is not only documents, excel sheets and power point files but now you can also share PDF files, mp3 files and for that matter any kind of file.

You can control the stored information in a better way than ever before. You can upload files, store files in your computer and synchronize the data across various devices that have shared access. The new service supports multiple Google Doc accounts.

Insync : The Best Of Google Docs And Dropbox

Insync announced the cloud based services absolutely free. Now, you can get the best of both Google documents and Dropbox. The Google documents that you are working on will be automatically saved in your computer and you will be able to access even if you are offline. For this, folders will be created in your computer automatically much in the lines of Dropbox.

It is great news for premium users of Insync as they will get a refund of the amount or can contribute to some welfare fund of Insync. Insync is able to offer the service free of cost.

One may wonder how it is possible to offer a free service. Insync’s focus is more on value addition. It is the features offered by the company that will make the difference. The company targets provision of specialized services like more personalization and better sharing, control and collaboration measures.

As of now, PC and Mac users can avail the new services of upload, share and access of files. In the coming months applications will be launched to help you access the same features through your mobile phones such as iPhone, Smartphone and Blackberry.

All your Google documents can be easily shared through Insync’s service. Insync is not going to offer any storage based premium plans as it cannot compete with Google’s storage capacities.

Signup Insync Service

With the launch of free services from Insync, there are changes in the signup procedure as well. Now, you will be able to access by entering your Gmail ID.

Existing users also will go through this transition.  After installation of Insync in your computer, you will be asked to enter your Gmail credentials. By doing so, you will have access to all of your Google documents through Insync.

The new service fill give greater flexibility for those who are dependent on Google docs and Dropbox for business communications.  You can completely swipe off the data to any level of sharing when the relevance of those documents come to an end.

Updates From Social Networking Sites

Another important new feature is that you will get updates automatically similar to updates you get from social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook whenever there is an activity on your wall. Whenever change is made by any one of your collaborators, you will get an alert immediately.

You can be more responsive and take action immediately if the document needs urgent attention. The new filtering option will help you search for a specific item which is based on tags. If you are accessing a file that is shared by someone, the file space will not be accounted in your storage space.

Similar kind of applications and services may be launched by more and more companies in future and especially Google may come up with a much ambitious plan. There is a great demand for shared documents across different communities like students, business, research and organisations.

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James - January 2, 2012

I find document sharing very important in my online activities now. It lets me easily communicate with people who have their own accounts in some useful sites which offer document sharing, just like Google docs. I’ll try this one and see how helpful this is.

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Pankaj - January 2, 2012

gr8 post.. It would’ve been better if you had provided a link to that service..

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Roger - January 4, 2012

If I understood correctly, Insync created some sort of file sharing tool for Google. I don’t like the idea of installing things on my computer, though it’s tempting to share other files than Excel and PowerPoint.

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Emman - February 12, 2012

Thanks for a great post. By the way, a link to Insync is much appreciated. Anyway, I was able to get to this service. Free document sharing is good.

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