Download Syncovery for Mac – backup and sync software for Macintosh (English)


Download Syncovery 7.58c for Mac
This version works on all Intel Macs and it is compatible with Mac OS X 10.4 thru 10.11., from Tiger to El Capitan.
On OS X 10.4 or in case of problems, use this Alternate Installer

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Read more about the new version 7 here.


New Feature in Version 7.55: Service Scheduler

The scheduler can now be installed a system service (daemon), which starts automatically even if you are not logged on to a Mac desktop session, and it can automatically run as root without the user having to enter a password every time the service starts.

To use the service, go to the Scheduler tab sheet and change the setting from “Use: Background Scheduler” to “Use: Service Scheduler”.


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New Features since Version 7.20

We added support for Backblaze B2, OneDrive for Business, Amazon Cloud Drive and MediaFire, and features a new, lightning fast database format for the “Cache Destination File List” feature. In the past, the cache database could often be slower than the destination storage itself in terms of building the file list. Now the database should be at least as fast as locally attached SSD drives.

To use Amazon Cloud Drive, click the Internet button and choose Amazon Cloud Drive as protocol.

It also includes SyncoveryCL, the new command line version of Syncovery. SyncoveryCL is available in 32-bit and 64-bit editions. Scheduled and background jobs can be set to be run by this GUI-less process, which makes the GUI and the scheduler more stable because the profiles run in separate processes. You will find the checkmarks to use these processes on the Preferences dialog, tab sheet Performance. This also means you can run jobs in the background manually by right-clicking them on the Profile Overview, and then close Syncovery. The jobs will continue running in an invisible background process, but they do report their progress information to the GUI.


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