In November, we introduced Sync 1.2: an updated version of our server-less file syncing tool. It’s quickly become the backbone of free speech initiatives, new blogging platforms, and enterprise file management systems. Within thirty days, our user base has doubled in size. And when it comes to moving data, it’s proved that we can move beyond the cloud.
Today, Sync is moving over 20 gigabytes per person. And that’s a
pretty powerful thing. Dropbox’s cloud-based platform stores less than
0.42 gigabytes per user.
This is how Sync works. And this is how the Internet should work. A
world where your data stays yours. A world where the free flow of
information isn’t subjected to speed limits. And a world where your
information isn’t subject to surveillance. Tomorrow’s weather forecast
is free of clouds. We’re for it.
Take Sync for a test drive, and let us know what you think. Developers, your API key is here.
Bittorent Sync moves 40x data per user than Dropbox.