San Francisco, California (PressExposure) June 01, 2009 -- Syncables, a leading developer and provider of content mobility and syncing solutions, today announced the availability of SyncablesTM Desktop v5, an easy way to sync, migrate, share and publish content between computers with the same or different operating systems, such as Windows, Mac or Linux.
Syncables Desktop offers a range of syncing options, including two-way syncing, from a netbook to a desktop computer for example, or one-way migration of data to set up a new computer. In addition, Syncables Desktop enables users to connect over a local network to share and collaborate on data or to create a virtual media hub to stream content from one computer for playback on another computer on the same network. Syncables Desktop also integrates the popular social networking and media services sites Facebook, YouTube and SmugMug for a single sign-on experience to upload and playback user`s published content directly from within the application.
'Today, the ever increasing amount of digital content managed by users is further complicated by the growth of mobile computing, online media sharing and multi-computer ownership,' said Syncables Vice President of Products, Ola Ajayi. 'Syncables Desktop directly addresses this problem by delivering a single solution for users to easily and automatically sync their data between computers, regardless of operating system.'
'Through Syncables Desktop,' continued Ajayi, 'the inherent value of netbooks, notebooks and even home networks is dramatically enhanced, because users can finally access, manage and confidently share their content in a single fully integrated and synced environment on any of their computers.'