Econ Technologies on Friday announced the release of
3.2. The newest version of Econ’s backup and file synchronization software includes Universal Binary support so it can run natively on Intel-based Macs. Registered users can download the update for free. ChronoSync costs $30 to register.
ChronoSync lets you synchronize and schedule the backup of files and folders between different Macs, Macs and PCs, external drives and iPods. It can automatically mount volumes, lets you exclude specific files or folders, view sync status and more.
In addition to Universal Binary support, the new version adds a rule that lets you include or exclude files and folders based on path name; another rule lets you do the same for Finder and Spotlight comments. You can now sync over Finder and Spotlight comments associated with files and folders. Other changes, including numerous bug fixes, have been made.
ChronoSync reuqires Mac OS X v10.3 or later.