Windows/Mac OS X only: Syncplicity—one of the most popular file-syncing application among Lifehacker readers—has expanded from a Windows-only application to the Mac. Right now the Mac version is in a private beta, but we come bearing invites. Syncplicity's Windows app left beta a couple of months back, and now Mac users attracted to the feature set of Syncplicity can give it a crack. Right now Syncplicity offers a free account capable of syncing 2GB and 2 computers. If you need more, Syncplicity covers 50GB syncing with unlimited computers for $US9.99/month or $US99/year. We've got 1,000 invites to share with Lifehacker readers, so hit the signup link below to get started. If you've been using Syncplicity on Windows, share your experience with the syncing app in the comments. Syncplicity is a free download, Mac OS X (closed beta) and Windows (open, out of beta) only.
Syncplicity Adds Mac Support, Get Your Invites Here
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