Gotta luv this new up-and-comer of syncing services, with its choice for unlimited peer-to-peer syncing and super-clear interface.
With Cubby, your stuff is shared across all your computers, tablets, and smartphones and always accessible at Cubby.com. It’s everything in its everyplace.

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  • PROSBeautiful modern design. Extreme simplicity of setup and use. Peer-to-peer syncing removes storage limits. Syncs any folder on your drive, but also has a master sync folder. Easy sharing. Saves unlimited versions. Well-designed iOS and Android apps.
  • CONS     

No Web-based document editing. Past versions of files only available from Web interface. A top feature, DirectSync, is Pro only. Whole updated files transferred instead of just changed bits.

  • BOTTOM LINECubby is an up-and-comer of syncing services, with its choice for unlimited peer-to-peer syncing and super clear interface.

The highly regarded maker of remote-computer-control software, LogMeIn, claims that its new file-cloud-syncing and online storage offering, Cubby, attracted more beta testers than any product in the company’s history. And it’s no wonder: Cubby is a delight to use, and offers all the simplicity, apps, and features you could want in such a service. Of course, it didn’t hurt that the service was free with 5GB of online storage space. With the service’s exit from beta, the free 5GB offer remains, but paying $6.99 a month ups that limit to 100GB and adds collaboration and more management and security features.
Cubby – Cubbies
Each cubby gets a folder entry like this in the desktop interface. You can drag-and-drop any folder on your computer to create a cubby that syncs it. Note the gray one is not cloud synced, but rather Direct Synced to your other computers. You can’t add sub-cubbies, but if you add a subfolder to the folder the cubby represents, it will also be synced.

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