Manila, Philippines (PRWEB) October 29, 2013
Insync is an advanced Google Drive client designed to reliably sync multiple accounts on one application with complete range of features built for Windows, Mac and Linux desktops and Android and Windows Phone on mobiles.
Google Drive for Linux with Headless / CLI support
While Insync for Linux is compatible to a list of 7 distributions, 8 Desktops and 5 file managers, Insync now also supports CLI / headless mode, making all functionality available for use via command line. Install insync-headless to get started.
Raspberry Pi support
Insync recently released beta support for ARM builds. A Raspbian operating system build was made to support the growing user base of Raspberry Pi and get their Google Drive available to these credit-card sized computers.
By default, Insync does not convert Google Docs to Office/OpenOffice formats as conversion sometimes produce native formatting issues. If you are looking for true offline access to Google Docs, deactivating no-covert will get you to modify them on your native desktop Word processor and sync back to Google Drive when you get online.
New pricing model
Whether you are a regular Google Drive user, a power user or a business who wants to turn your "Google Drive storage" to a "document file system", Insync's Plus, Pro and Business plans got you covered starting at $10 one-time fee.
Any Google Drive account with an Insync license can be synced to any number of desktops (Windows, Mac, Linux) and mobiles (Windows Phone, Android) without any additional charges.
More information about the new packages is available at http://insynchq.com.