Insync, a Google Drive Client for Linux hits Beta 9

An unofficial Google Drive app for Linux, Insync, has reached it’s 9th Beta version. Insync allows you to sync all your documents to your computer as Google Drive still doesn’t have an official Linux client. It also comes with Nautilus integration, and  Ubuntu AppIndicator support as well as support for multiple Google accounts.

What’s new in Beta 9

  • Documents are downloaded in Open Document Format instead of Microsoft Office Format
  • Live Syncing
  • Pause/Resume button added to start and stop syncing
  • Built with Debian so GLIBC errors for Debian users are fixed
  • Nautilus context menu will not show outside of the Insync folder.

Download Insync

Click here to download Insync. (Available for Unity, GNOME Shell, Cinnamon, and KDE). Insync is a terminal application, therefore to start it type insync in the terminal. Alternatively, you can add Insync to your startup applications.

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