An open-source cloud storage and filesharing application. Securely synchronize your files to any kind of storage!Learn more
Syncany allows users to backup and share certain folders of their workstations using any kind of storage. Syncany is open-source and provides data encryption and incredible flexibility in terms of storage type and provider.
Backup your photo collection and share files with friends.
Don't worry about your privacy. Files are encrypted before uploading.
Use any kind of storage - (S)FTP, WebDAV, and many more!
Excited? You can download a working alpha version here.
Arch Linux users can use the AUR package to install Syncany. An AUR helper like yaourt could help with this:
yaourt -S syncany
We unfortunately don't have an .app/.dmg-package for Syncany yet. If you're a developer and would like to create it, it would be much appreciated.
To try Syncany inside a Docker container, you can use the syncany/release repository:
docker pull syncany/release
docker run -ti syncany/release
If there is no installer/package for your platform, you can still use Syncany by downloading and extracting the .zip/.tar.gz archive:
Once you've installed Syncany, try out the follow commands and check out our awesome User Guide!
28 Dec 2014: We've reached another milestone. The Syncany core feels more stable by the minute. We released v0.2.0-alpha, v0.3.0-alpha, v0.4.0-alpha, with v0.4.0-alpha being the best release we have ever had. The GUI (tray icon and 'New folder' wizard) works quite well. You can see it in action on our YouTube channel. We also made a couple of new plugins for Flickr (encode data in images, video here), Dropbox, OpenStack Swift and RAID0. Beta is just around the corner!
20 Oct 2014: In releases v0.1.6-alpha, v0.1.7-alpha, v0.1.8-alpha, v0.1.9-alpha, v0.1.10-alpha, v0.1.11-alpha and v0.1.12-alpha, we have added a Samba plugin, a working REST/WS-based daemon, a first version of the GUI (cross-platform demo on YouTube), and written an awesome user guide. We've also created an APT archive for Debian/Ubuntu users, and made a Windows installer includes the GUI plugin. And of course, we've fixed countless bugs, slowly approaching stability. Unfortunately, we're still not there yet -- we still have some nasty bugs ...
25 Jun 2014: Some updates before I go on vacation: stability, an already implemented basic daemon, a preview of the REST/WebSocket-API-enabled daemon and a web interface. Check out the details on the news site.
Older news are available in the news archive.
Enough with the marketing. Here's how Syncany looks like in the wild.
Still no idea what we're talking about?
Check out the User Guide!
Want to help? Or just build it yourself? For information about building, development, documentation, screencasts and diagrams, please check out the source code and the Syncany wiki page. It'll hopefully give you all the information you need!
If you're not in a position to help out but you still want to support us, you can buy us a coffee or a beer.