Sunday, December 15, 2013

How to sync all your apps data with other Android devices?

Bought a new Android device? You're probably angry that you cannot sync all the apps data with your devices so you can't just have a game and play it on both of your devices. Or can you? Well, there have been added a new API called Google Play Services API but most of the developers are not implementing it to their apps therefore you are not able to use it. But what about a new, awesome app called DataSync?

DataSync is really awesome app because it lets you to synchronize your apps with any other (rooted) Android device! Everything is really fast and automatic. Let's take an example:

You own a two devices - Nexus 4 and Nexus 7. Both of them have Angry Birds installed. In school/work, you play on Nexus 4 and while home, you play on N7. And guess what, your progress is the same on both of your devices - either Nexus 4 and Nexus 7! Everything happens automaticlly!

The bad thing is, you gotta need root to get this app to work. Anyways, if you haven't rooted your device yet, try it! Don't know how? Drop me a line to comments, I'll help you.

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App is available for free on Google Play Store. If you want to support the dev (and get some extra features), you can buy a paid version as well.


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