Up the Sync
Up the Sync is a simple and easy to use one way
document synchronising program for Google docs.
Designed so that copies of documents on your
computer are kept up to date on Google docs.
Therefore any lose of data occuring on your
computer does not mean a lose of important
- Runs on Windows, Linux and Mac
- Checks if the document on Google docs is out
of date with the copy on the user's computer.
- Automatically synchronises by default every
5 minutes, but can be changed.
- Minimizes to the system tray.
- When a folder is added, subfolders are also
added by default.
- Documents not currently uploaded to Google docs
will be added when selected and synchronised.
- User can deselect documents that they do not
wish to be synchronised.
- A beautifully simple user interface!
3. How to use:
Extract all files from the zip file and run the
Linux run with command:
java -jar upthesync.jar
Enter your Google docs username and password.
Select the "Folders" from the "Settings" menu.
All documents that are already on your Google
docs account will automatically be selected.
To sync the documents manually select the
"Sync" option in the "File" menu.
This program is still in development, so new
features are likely to be added.
Mac users may have to change their Java
preferences. It requires Java 1.6 to run.
Open "Java Preferences" in the Utilites
folder in Applications. Under the "General"
tab make sure "Java SE 6" is selected and at
the top of the list (click and drag it to
Up the Sync is free software distributed under the
GNU General Public License as published by the
Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of
the License, or (at your option) any later
The file license.txt should be included with this
program. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.
Copyright 2010 James Dyer