Cynapse Releases Sync.in - a Real Time Web Based Document Collaboration and Conferencing Tool for Teams and Businesses
Based on Etherpad, which was recently acquired and open sourced by Google, Sync.in enables real time editing of documents through an easy to use web based word processor. Multiple users can edit a document in real time and chat using in-built instant messaging. Sync.in desktop, built on Adobe AIR enables quick access and creation of documents.
Sync.in provides a radically simple collaboration experience, one that is fast enough to augment natural spoken communication. Sync.in represents Cynapse's commitment to delivering the industry's most innovative collaboration tools for businesses. Sync.in is inspired from and based on the popular real time software Etherpad, recently acquired and open sourced by Google.
"Sync.in is the evolution of collaboration at its most basic level; I think users are going to love the real-time-ness that it brings to working together", said Dhiraj Gupta, CTO Cynapse. "Etherpad was a proven innovation in real time collaboration. We are impressed with the Etherpad vision and intend to keep it moving forward, with Sync.in. An important step forward is the Cynapse built Sync.in desktop, based on Adobe AIR. Sync.in is now always available right on your desktop letting you quickly create and open notes, search and filter the list of notes and more features are already on their way."
Sync.in Pro enables businesses to get their own secure Sync.in site with users for their team. Some of the Sync.in Pro features include:
* Creation of private notes visible to team members
* Password protected notes
* Note list to manage, track activity
* Archive, delete and un-delete notes
* Secure communication over encrypted SSL
Hosted in the cloud, a Sync.in Pro site is available at $2 / user / month. Information about features and pricing here: http://www.cynapse.com/syncin
Watch the Sync.in video tour on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/cynapsecorp#p/c/DC34EFF1BF9AB668/0/xRcTjgq4Euo
Sync.in release blog post by Dhiraj Gupta: http://www.cynapse.com/blog/presenting-real-time-document-collaboration-conferencing-syncin