Insync is a service for turning your Google account into DropBox, as it lets you sync your data across different devices, and access it from everywhere. However, there’s one big difference at play, and it’s that Insync mainly lets you sync up docs. It is nowhere as encompassing as DropBox, it doesn’t let you store and sync up any kind of file.
Insync comes with support for multiple Google accounts at the same time. The one you use for your personal affairs and the one you use for your job can become one and all the same, and the docs you keep in each be shared and edited without having to switch from one account to the other.
Insync lets you have your docs shared and edited in all the ways that you could think of. It lets you authorize just any person you want to access your files, and give them re-sharing permissions in turn. And it lets you do that from all the computers and devices that you use to access the Internet.
Extensive sharing features
- read/write + read-only sharing permissions
- nested sharing
- [advt]share recipients are not charged against their storage quota
- re-sharing permissions
- individual file sharing