syncthing-android

Wrapper of syncthing for Android. (by syncthing)

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syncthing/syncthing-android is an open source project licensed under Mozilla Public License 2.0 which is an OSI approved license.

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  • Sync Options - Cloud Providers and Software?
    Website - https://syncthing.net/
  • What free software should everyone have?
    reddit.com/r/AskReddit | 2021-04-10
    Software/Add-ons: Ninite - update/install all your programs at once PortableApps - load several apps on a thumb drive to run on any Windows PC. recommended by /u/danteas1 SlimDrivers - Cloud based program that detects what drivers need to be updated. Incredible--especially after formatting an operating system. No need for CDs or trying to remember which model card, adapter...etc. you have. Copy - Online cloud storage. Start with 15gb free. Or 20gb with a referral link. BitTorrent Sync - Secure, unlimited file-syncing. No cloud required SyncThing - opensource alternative for bitsync. its recommended if you care about your privacy and security of your files. recommended by /u/akeryw Mega Desktop Sync(50GB) and Symform (Unlimited, but you must share back!) - both cloud storage services recommended by /u/muntoo Calibre - Free ebook library management F.lux - Adjusts the gamma on your screen uses magic as the day progresses to reduce eye strain. GIMP - Free photo manipulation software Inkscape - Free and open vector graphics editor. Paint.NET - Windows application designed to be the much needed upgrade to MS Paint. recommended by /u/SquirreI and /u/zeaga Pixlr - Online photo editor. web-based equivalent to an old version of Photoshop from 2005 or something. Very functional for occasional use manipulating images, and seeing as it's web-based and doesn't require an account it's super easy to use from anywhere. recommended by /u/abercromby3 Sumo Paint - Powerful graphics editor for your web browser and pc, recommended by /u/NotMyCircus Blender - Open source, cross platform suite of tools for 3D creation. recommended by /u/Tom7980 Prey Project - Multi-platform anti-theft software RES - Reddit enhancement suite - A must have for all you redditing needs KeePass - free, open source, light-weight and easy-to-use password manager. LastPass - free (with premium for multiple platforms), easy-to-use password manager. Dictionary Pop-up extension, double click on a word that you don't know the meaning of and a dictionary definition pops up. Firefox extension powered by dictionary.com. Chrome extension powered by Google ClipCube - clipboard history. ClipX - ClipX is a tiny clipboard history manager. It is sweet, it is free, use it. ClipCube alternative. LeechBlock (Firefox add-on) - simple productivity tool designed to block those time-wasting sites that can suck the life out of your working day. recommended by /u/Rae_Starr StayFocused - Chrome alternative to LeechBlock, recommended by /u/Jeskid14 Reaper - Audio workstation. Not free. Just a trial.
  • Plan for backing up 12 TB of NAS
    reddit.com/r/Backup | 2021-04-10
    Syncthing
  • Questioning the benefits of partial deGoogling
    reddit.com/r/degoogle | 2021-04-09
    For photo backup, use Syncthing! Maps files on your phone to files on your computer. Open source too. https://syncthing.net/
  • I wanted to thank Google for killing GPM
    reddit.com/r/google | 2021-04-07
    Nope not a penny. Completely free https://syncthing.net/
  • Screw it, I’ll host it myself
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-07
    Syncthing may be used to sync remotely the relevant directories. It's multiplatform and has a Android app too (still not iOS though).

    https://syncthing.net/

  • What are the easiest alternatives to Google Drive ?
    Combined with Syncthing it makes a great but simple files server solution.
    Syncthing is another potential option that doesn't require a server
  • How can I encrypt, backup, and sync my data across my Android 10, Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, and Windows 10 devices?
    reddit.com/r/software | 2021-04-05
    Syncthing
  • MTP wont work
    reddit.com/r/linuxmint | 2021-04-05
    If you want to sync files between devices you can also look at https://syncthing.net/
  • Mark Zuckerberg's phone number appeared among the leaked data of Facebook users, according to a researcher
    If you'd be more comfortable keeping all your data locally, have a look at KeePassXC. There are also compatible mobile apps available and you can sync your database file using something like Syncthing.
  • Is it possible to keep two directories synced between two different computers?
    one way syncthing --> https://syncthing.net/
  • My Digital Minimalism Process. What’s Yours?
    Other files/photos I keep synced between my phone and laptop using Syncthing. And I have a small cache of favourite films/TV series on my laptop for scenarios where I can't rely on the internet, such as while travelling or during outages.
  • Fed up with the Mac, I spent six months with a Linux laptop
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-02
    > - I like the various iCloud/multi device integration features

    Next time you give linux a try, you might want to check out https://kdeconnect.kde.org/ and https://syncthing.net/. I'm not a Mac user but I'd be surprised if between these you'd be missing any features.

  • LineageOS 18.1 Released
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-01
    I've been using LineageOS since the good ol' CyanogenMod days and I am very grateful for how much work the developers put into it day in and day out.

    Thanks to them, I managed to get rid of Google Apps in my day-to-day life almost[0] entirely and drastically improve privacy for me: Instead of Google Play Services I use MicroG[1] and instead of Play Store, I use Aurora Store[2] and F-Droid. For syncing files there is Syncthing[3] and for backups there is Seedvault[4]. To isolate apps I don't trust I use NetGuard[8] and Shelter[9] and practically no internet-facing app has access to my internal "SD card" on which my photos and documents reside. As a bonus, getting rid of GApps and using LineageOS has increased my phones' battery life and their overall lifetime tremendously. (I've only owned three smartphones in my entire life, the original T-Mobile G1, the HTC One M8 and the BQ Aquaris Pro.) I couldn't be happier.

    That being said, I've closely been following GrapheneOS[5] because I find its additional security guarantees very attractive. In fact, just a few hours ago my new Pixel 5 arrived and I'm looking forward to giving it a try. Though I already know I will miss MicroG… Maybe I'll end up building my own custom Android ROM, using Hashbang or RattlesnakeOS[6, 7]?

    Overall, I don't really understand people who criticize Android for not being open while loudly claiming a "pure" Linux phone would be so much better. (There was yet another discussion here on HN just a few days ago.) Yes, Android is a not your typical open-source project and clearly in the hands of Google. Yes, most phone and chip manufacturers still haven't open-sourced their hardware binary blobs. We definitely have to fight these fights. But with a Linux phone I'd probably be struggling with window-manager-related bugs in the worst possible moments (say, an emergency call) and risk all my data getting stolen whenever I install a new app.

    As much as I like Linux – I dabbled with it the first time almost two decades ago and have been using it as a daily driver for more than a decade – but its stability and, especially, security guarantees are orders of magnitude worse than Android's.

    I secretly hope that Fuchsia will find its way to the desktop at some point and be able to replace my Linux system.

    [0]: I still use Google Maps every now and then

    [1]: https://microg.org . See https://lineage.microg.org/ for LineageOS images that come with MicroG pre-installed.

    [2]: https://auroraoss.com/

    [3]: https://syncthing.net

    [4]: https://github.com/seedvault-app/seedvault

    [5]: http://grapheneos.org/

    [6]: https://github.com/hashbang/aosp-build

    [7]: https://github.com/dan-v/rattlesnakeos-stack/

    [8]: https://netguard.me/

    [9]: https://f-droid.org/en/packages/net.typeblog.shelter/