SyncTime 3.1.1 is the easiest solution to sync your files. Ever thought that you could easily update all your backups spread across many devices? SyncTime is capable of a lot of things, but it’s so easy to use. From manual, scheduled or fully automatic synchronization to background synchronization, bi-directional synchronization, and sophisticated exclusion filters, you can customize your synchronization exactly the way you imagine.
More about the program
You can create as many sync items as you like and customize each one individually. A sync item basically consists of two folders: source and destination. You can choose any two folders available in Finder: they can be located on your Mac, on an external drive like a USB drive, or even on a remote server.
Among the possible options you will find:
Four kinds of overwrite: do not touch files already existing in the destination, overwrite only if the source file is newer than the destination file, overwrite if the source file has a different time stamp, or overwrite always
Three types of synchronization: one-way synchronization (default), two-way synchronization (combining the source and destination), and one-way movement (deleting the source files after successful transfer to the destination). Please read carefully about these sync types in the help section on the SyncTime 3.1.1 website
Delete files that are no longer in the source.
Background sync: changes are tracked in real time to stay on top of your destination
Start with sync automatically whenever a source and destination become available, or sync once a day, week, or month.
Each sync item can depend on other sync items: it will invoke dependencies and start automatically when they are all complete.
Files to be overwritten or deleted can be moved to the trash can or to a custom backup directory
Exclude hidden files, files with names containing certain words or matching regular expressions, and selected files. Or exclude the root directory and list only some of the included files
Other features include:
Changes should be confirmed by default and you can check the files to be added, overwritten and removed and view them in QuickLook
Cancel the current sync at any time and restart it later
Synchronization starts in parallel
Auto start at login can be enabled from the status bar menu
Your Mac can automatically go to sleep or shut down after all syncs are complete (requires installing the appropriate applications in the Scripts directory. For detailed instructions, visit the website).
On this page you can download SyncTime 3.1.1 for Mac OS via torrent for free.