You know what has changed in recent years? Sync. Remember the original iPod? It syncs to your Mac (and later Windows PCs). So we managed to move our music and playlists back today. What about now?
Synchronization has changed. I don't remember last time I plugged my iPhone into the Mac to sync. Once a year when a new iPhone arrives and the old one needs to be backed up, but even this year I didn't. Synchronization is just not what it used to be thanks to information stored in the cloud.
What if you have non-Apple devices? How do you keep files and data in sync between devices? There are ways, but it is more cumbersome. Where I work as a private school system administrator, we have all the devices you can imagine and different tools for different people, including the ever popular SyncMate tool. a veritable Swiss army knife of synchronization. That's how it begins. Look at all the options.
SyncMate is a multi-page synchronization tool sync file from Mac to other devices or other cloud servers, including iCloud. Configure a specific device and sync parameters. SyncMate works in the background so you can use your Mac for other tasks.
What is being synchronized with other Macs or other devices? All basics, including folders, iTunes, photos and music, as well as details that Apple supports in iCloud Calendar, Contacts, SMS text messages, Safari bookmarks, and even your conversation log.
The value here is that SyncMate isn It's not just a Mac for iPhone or Mac for Mac sync tools. SyncMate automatically handles sync files to Google or Dropbox and other shooting services, plus synchronization can be handled between devices using USB, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, even Bluetooth.
What devices? Think about Windows services, including Outlook and Office 365 Home and Business, as well as Android devices even Oreo.
Given that many different devices and services are supported, SyncMate is relatively painless to use. Open the app, select a device, service, or account, select the files to sync to and from, and you're good to go. SyncMate does its work in the background and can handle multiple devices and services simultaneously.
SyncMate is a very good way to move some of Apple's content on Mac, iPhone and iPad to Android devices or other online services; to sync or save. That's why it's a popular sync solution in school where we handle dozens of different types of devices. A free version will get started on the basics, but it is an expert version with more options and a price tag.