Titanium Backup Adds Box.net Syncing

Android: If you managed to pick up 50GB of storage with a Box.net account and your Android phone, here’s one way you can make use of it. Titanium Backup, our favourite backup app for Android has updated to support Box.net accounts, so any backups you take of your device can be automatically uploaded to the cloud.

In addition to Box.net support, the latest version of Titanium Backup is also a little more ICS-friendly when freezing apps. If you’re planning on using Titanium Backup to build a completely automated app and settings backup system for your phone, Box.net is now just as viable an option as Dropbox. The new version is available now at Google Play, and you’ll need the $6.49 pro version of Titanium Backup to sync with Box.net.

Titanium Backup [Google Play via Android Police]

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