FolderSync is one of the most popular file-syncing apps for mobile devices right now. The app allows syncing of files and folders from a mobile device to any cloud based storage like, Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, SugarSync, Dump truck, Ubuntu One, Bitcasa, HiDrive, LiveDrive,, Amazon S3, NetDocuments, as well as, FTP, FTPS, SFTP, WebDAV or windows share (Samba/CIFS) accounts. That’s one long list of platforms being supported but Tacit Dynamics, developer of FolderSync, is planning to add to the list and enable more people faster and more convenient syncing.

The FolderSync app was recently updated to support Amazon Cloud Drive and Android 5.0 Material style and multiple themes. The buttons in actionbar have been removed. To access cloud and favorites in the file manager, you now have to use the right drawer menu. Uploading large files to OneDrive is now also supported. Using external SD card on Android Lollipop is also allowed if you use external storage permission in settings.

Also added were root write support although it’s still experimental and a wizard to help create sync. Current features include a File manager to easily manage you cloud files, User defined sync filters, Two-way sync with support for deletions, Backup/restore settings, and User specified sync interval or specific sync times.

With this app, syncing of hidden files can be disabled and you can choose connection types for each sync item. Syncing of subfolders is also allowed while Amazon S3 Client Side Encryption Tasker/locale support are available.

Two versions of the app are available: Lite and Full. Of course, the Lite app is limited while the Full version priced $2.99 will give you all the special features of FolderSync. Ads have been removed too for a hassle-free use.

Download FolderSync from the Google Play Store