Samsung partners with SugarSync to bring more Cloud-syncing capabilities to Galaxy devices

Samsung partners with SugarSync to bring more Cloud-syncing capabilities to Galaxy devices

Expanding its collaboration on Samsung’s Smart TVs, cloud-synchronisation service SugarSync will now be preloaded on all Galaxy devices, starting with the company’s flagship smartphone — the Galaxy S III.

Granted, the Galaxy S III already provides 50GB of free Dropbox storage, but SugarSync aims to incorporate more of a media feel with its service, embedding SugarSync Cloud into Samsung’s AllShare Play service and allowing users to sync their media files between their TV, desktop, smartphone and tablet.

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Each new SugarSync user gets 5GB free, providing Galaxy S III owners with at least 55GB of Cloud storage with Dropbox included. However, the latter is not embedded within Samsung’s Smart TVs and Dropbox is limited to just the Galaxy S III, making the case for users to take advantage of SugarSync’s Cloud if they own a Samsung connected TV and mobile device.

For SugarSync, it’s the latest in a long list of partnerships it has struck with technology companies, including Lenovo, Fujitsu and France-Telecom (Orange).

Samsung will integrate SugarSync all of its new mobile devices that feature its AllShare Play service, meaning the cloud-syncing company is certain to see a huge influx of users in the coming months.

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