Econ updates ChronoAgent for Mac, released a public beta of ChronoSync 4.5
Econ Technologies (econtechnologies.com) has updated ChronoAgent for Mac to version 1.4.6 and released ChronoSync 4.5 public beta. The ChronoAgent update includes several fixes and support for the upcoming release of ChronoSync 4.5.
ChronoSync is an application that runs on a Mac that can synchronize, backup, and create bootable backups. ChronoAgent is a utility that runs on a destination Mac and communicates directly with ChronoSync running on another Mac.
ChronoAgent replaces Apple File Sharing providing a direct connection with full access to the destination Mac. ChronoSync costs US$40 and ChronoAgent is $10; all existing ChronoSync and ChronoAgent users update for free.
ChronoAgent 1.4.6 fixes include an issue waking a Mac from sleep to synchronize, online help system display problems, and a bug where ChronoAgent would loose connection with ChronoSync. This update also includes support for the upcoming release of ChronoSync 4.5 which will introduce a completely new Document Organizer.
The ChronoSync Document Organizer will group all your syncs and backups together in one window. ChronoSync 4.5 is currently available as a public beta to all users. Current ChronoSync users can update now and new users can download and request a full working trial license key to try it out for free.
ChronoSync runs on the source Mac and ChronoAgent runs on the destination Mac giving you a direct connection between two Macs. With ChronoSync on your Mac, you can synchronize, backup, and create bootable backups to anything you can connect to your Mac. ChronoAgent runs on a Mac and provides a direct connection to ChronoSync on another Mac or InterConneX on an iPhone or iPad. ChronoAgent for Mac runs on Mac computers and is designed to work on Mac OS X 10.5 and higher.