SyncDocs – Open and share local files in Google Docs

By on August 4, 2011
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Get this app to open local files in Google docs and share them right from desktop.

SyncDocs brings lots of desktop implementations for Google Docs to make it behave like Drop Box as well as act as a locally installed software and much more. It allows you to sync any folder with google docs, so if you have a folder full of excel files or word documents etc, then you can sync whole folder and all those files will be made available on Google Docs. Whenever you update those files locally it will update them online too. It also adds a Google Docs drive and folder shortcut. If you just need to transfer a single file you can just copy paste them to this drive too. The ease doesn’t stop there, the same abilities are added to windows context menu too. Right clicking on a file will give you option to open the file directly in Google Docs web-app. Moreover you can create new google docs from your desktop too. So, if you are like me who doesn’t own a heavy cost desktop office suite then these options make it a a big time saver when people send some MS Office documents in email or when you have to prepare some new document by yourself to send to someone.

You can share your documents with even other people over internet by just right clicking any doc and selecting share option from context menu. This bridges the gap in making Google Apps as easily accessible desktop app all the while keeping its net based footprint to share your documents.

Download SyncDocs @ Official site


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