As promised by Koush, the 3rd and final Beta version of Carbon Android App Sync and Backup is now available. This version brings support for non rooted devices, the Box cloud service, notifications, and a cancel option. For those of you that aren’t rooted, you will need to download and install the new Windows desktop app.
We should see the final version hit the Google Play Store around January 30th because that’s when this version will stop working. Hit the source link for more information and/or to download the files.
source: +Koushik Dutta (Koush)
I recently reviewed MyBackup Pro, which is an essential app for all Android users. Whether you root your device or not, backups are important, and MyBackup Pro gets the job done with its support for both the local SD card or online cloud backups. The makers of the app, Rerware, just released a BETA build to test their new servers. The good news is that since they need 500 people for the testing, you can grab this BETA build for Free exclusively from TalkAndroid. MyBackup Pro’s normal cost of $4.99 is already a great deal, but how can you turn down Free?
There are essential apps that every smartphone owner needs to have, and a backup app is one of those. We’ve all been in situations where we need to do a factory reset on our phone/tablet or maybe you’re buying a new phone and would like your settings, text messages, and other important files to easily move over.
Look no further because MyBackup Pro by RerWare is simply the best one out there for the money. With MyBackup Pro you can backup your applications, photos, contacts, call log, browser bookmarks, SMS (text messages), MMS (message attachments), calendar, system Settings, home screens (including shortcut positions), alarms, dictionary, music playlists, and more. The good news is that you don’t have to be rooted, but if you are, you will have more advantages like backing up apks and app data. Non rooted users can still backup certain apps if the developer integrates with MyBackup Pro. Apps like AK Notepad, Note Everything, Meridian Player, and OI apps are already integrated and can easily be backed up