In January, we opened up a pre-Alpha program for a new syncing tool called BitTorrent Sync. (We are unapologetic literalists here.)
Sync is unlimited, secure file-syncing. You can use it for remote backup. Or, you can use it to transfer large folders of personal media between users and machines; editors and collaborators. It’s simple. It’s free. It’s the awesome power of P2P, applied to file-syncing.
20 thousand people signed on to help us test Sync out; syncing over 200 terabytes of data along the way. With thanks to our intrepid pre-Alpha users, we’re ready to open up the Sync to everyone. Here’s the deal. Continue reading →
We like it when things work together. So we’ve been working on a new distributed syncing product to help manage personal files between multiple computers.
Today, BitTorrent Sync is in a pre-Alpha stage. And we’re hoping that users like you can help us build something sick. If you’re comfortable using early, incomplete software, and if you’re committed to helping us figure out a better way to sync, we want to hear from you.
We’re opening up enrollment in our pre-Alpha program to a limited number of testers. If you’re interested, check out the Labs page, fill out an application, and we’ll get you started.
Check out BitTorrent Sync.