SyncLib is a free file syncing service which offers a desktop application to easily access and share files and documents which are stored on your PC from anywhere. Files can be synced and viewed by using a web browser, and logging into your SyncLib online account, or by using Android and iPhone powered devices, whose apps are also available for free download.
Image which can be seen above is the login window of this free file syncing application. Registration is also offered, in case that you don’t already have a SyncLib account. For those looking for Android and iOS apps, links for their installation can be found on the main website. The website also has to be visited in order to create a username and password, with which you’ll login.
Key Features of this Free File Syncing Service:
- Easily share and allow web access to files on your PC.
- Documents, music, pictures every known file types are supported.
- Automatically sync files as soon as they are added.
- Access them from anywhere in the world, over internet.
- Works with Windows, access files from Android, iPhone, Mac, Linux.
SyncLib is very useful when for example you would like to share files from you home Windows computer with the computer that you use at work, or perhaps other way around. Setting up isn’t very difficult, here are a few pointers which should help get you started more easily.
How to Share & Access Files from your Windows Desktop over the Internet with SyncLib:
Like we already mentioned, first you need to download the SynLib desktop client. Install and run it, login window seen in the screenshot above will appear. There click on register and create an account on the SyncLib website. Technically speaking, when you first enter in your username and password, you’re registering your computer with the SynLib website account, that’s why the login button is called Add me on this computer.
This would be the default interface of the desktop application. Here, you can select which folders you want to share, and you can even add your social network contacts to share files with them as well. Click Add Your Media button to start opening up additional files, default folders for images, videos, documents, music are gonna be loaded automatically. Files are still not shared though, to do that, hover your mouse over folders, documents, music or whatever you want to share and you should see an option to Share, click it and confirm the selection.
SynLib is very easy to set up, and it really does as advertised, even more than that. You just need to install the desktop application and you’re all set. Registration and the application are both free, try it and see yourself how useful SyncLib is. Try it free.