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BeInSync 3.0 Sharing Service for Apple iTunes Announced

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Free Service Syncs and Backs up iTunes Automatically to Allow Users to Listen to Music or Watch Movies and TV Programs from Any of Their Computers

BeInSync today announced that Apple iTunes™ users can easily sync and share their entire music, movies, TV shows or podcasts collection across multiple computers over the Internet for free with BeInSync 3.0. With over four million downloads, BeInSync provides an all-in-one solution for consumers and small businesses to access, sync, share and protect their digital content. BeInSync 3.0 lets iTunes users always get to their music and movies from their home PC, office PC, laptop or any other computer on the go.

BeInSync 3.0 provides users with a secure and private environment to automatically sync an iTunes library so it is always available across all computers regardless of where they are located or networked. As soon as a users’ iPod is plugged into a computer or they purchase a song, album or video, BeInSync automatically syncs and backs up the iTunes library across all computers. BeInSync’s unique secure peer-to-peer (P2P) technology can synchronize and transfer any size iTunes collection without limitation. BeInSync 3.0 also leverages Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) from Amazon Web Services to offer reliable online storage for backing up content to a secure offsite location.

“Many people are frustrated with the limitation of not having their music and movies available on their laptop, at home or in the office,” said Adi Ruppin, vice president of marketing at BeInSync. “Consumers crave a simple and automatic service that provides a constant connection to their iTunes collections and offers immediate backup in case of a computer disaster. BeInSync lets iTunes users enjoy their music and movies anywhere at no extra cost or complexity.”

BeInSync 3.0 offers users automatic file sync, instant file sharing, remote access via a Web interface and a new online backup service. BeInSync 3.0 is available on Microsoft Windows 2000, XP and Vista. To sync iTunes libraries, users simply install BeInSync, select the “sync” option and choose the iTunes folder that is typically found under My Music. To download BeInSync free of charge or for more information, please visit http://www.beinsync.com.

About BeInSync
BeInSync redefines the way consumers and businesses access, share and protect their documents, photos, videos and music. With over four million downloads, BeInSync offers users complete freedom when dealing with their digital content, by allowing them to sync, share, access and back it up seamlessly. Based on patent-pending secure private peer-to-peer (P2P) technology, BeInSync creates private data networks that make it easy to stay connected and always in sync with colleagues, friends, remote files and computers. Privately held, BeInSync is venture capital backed and headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel with offices in San Jose, Calif. For more information, please visit http://www.beinsync.com.

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