Syncly Uploads Every Photo You Take To Dropbox

Android: Syncly keeps watch over your Android's SD card, automatically uploading new photos to Dropbox as soon as you take them — so you don't need to do anything to keep everything synced to the cloud. We've talked about how to roll your own instant photo upload for Android before, and while apps like DropSnap are great, Syncly puts them all to shame.

All you do is start up the app, create an account, link it to your Dropbox and start snapping photos. Syncly will upload photos instantly after you take them, over 3G of Wi-Fi (whichever you prefer), silently in the background. No other app works that well or does it all for free.

Its only downside is that you need to create a Syncly account, which seemingly serves no purpose whatsoever. Even though it's quick, there's absolutely no reason you should have to do this; it should just be a simple Dropbox-linking affair. But, it is what it is, and the ease of the app is well worth the annoyance. Hit the link to check it out.

Syncly is a free download for Android devices.

Syncly [Android Market via AddictiveTips]


Comments

    WP7 does this out of the box, direct link to your 25GB Skydrive.

    Just sayin'

    Although, to be fair one annoying thing is that it resizes your images for the upload. Does Syncly upload the full-res files? Resizing saves on data and time and is great for sharing, but it means if I want the full resolution shots I still have to sync. Still, at 2MB+ per photo it's not that bad a tradeoff.

    Syncly doesn't resize the images it uploads. It leaves everything untouched

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