PhotoSync 2.1 for iOS release includes support for Android devices (PhotoSync for Android), a redesign in iOS 7 flat design style and two interface themes in dark (black) and light (white). As observed on the new PhotoSync for Android website, in the PhotoSync 2.1 for iOS beta version and on the release notes of the PhotoSync Companion for Mac and for Windows updates, PhotoSync for Android 1.0 is just released and now available in the Google Play store. The PhotoSync for Android support page is already online, too.
Touchbyte, the makers of PhotoSync, released today PhotoSync Companion 2.1 for Mac OS X and PhotoSync Companion 2.2.0 for Windows. The most important news are the upcoming releases of PhotoSync 2.1 for iOS and PhotoSync for Android 1.0 mentioned in the release notes. As already indicated in PhotoSync 2.1 for iOS beta and on the new PhotoSync homepage (still under construction) support of Android devices is obviously coming soon. In addition, the PhotoSync logo has now a new and flat design in iOS 7 look.
IFTTT for iPhone and iPad update (universal) adds iOS Notifications channel. iOS Notifications are short message alerts sent to your devices. You can view notifications in the Notification Center of your iPhone or iPad. The iOS Notifications Channel sends important notifications directly to your iOS devices. Furthermore, IFTTT enables you to connect the iOS Notifications Channel to 73 different Channels.
PhotoSync is a versatile photo and video syncing app. You can use it with the most common cloud services and for your private cloud / iCloud (for details see my review on PhotoSync 2.0). In addition, PhotoSync transfers also your photos and videos to a Windows PC or a Mac.
PhotoSync for Android Devices is most likely coming! The makers of PhotoSync for iOS, touchbyte GmbH, are obviously working on PhotoSync for Android devices. Web pages of the new PhotoSync for Android domain are showing this in detail. The website seems to be still under construction.
Update: Enpass 4.0.0 Update Adds New Custom Fields And Label Editing
Enpass (formerly known as ‘Wallet X’) is the best password manager for iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch), Mac OS X and Windows (running on Windows 8.1) in regard to cost-performance based on my personal findings: 1Password has much more functions, but it is much more expensive (Mac version $49,99 EUR, Windows version $49,99, iOS version $17,99). SafeWallet is free, but there is no Mac companion available. Enpass has a flat design in all versions.
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