Jungle Disk Release 2.0 Beta to Public

Friday, May 9, 2008


Jungle Disk just announced the beta release of its version 2.0 . Right now it's version number is unofficially 1.99b, so it's almost there :-)

Jungle Disk is backup software that lets you create backups of your files using Amazon.com's S3 Storage Service to store your data securely. All your data is encrypted before it travels up to the clouds and it's multi-platform so you can use it on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. The backups can be scheduled or automatic. You can install the software in as many machines as you want, but you have to pay a one-time $20 fee. The basic idea is you pay for the software one time and you get a lifetime of updates to it. The storage fees are billed from Amazon.com S3 and depend on the actual storage you consume. The storage fees are calculated at $0.15 per gigabyte-month of storage used. That's cheap storage and comes from a reliable service. What more can you ask for, eh?

Read about the full announcement from: Jungle Disk 2.0 Beta 2 (1.99b) Released

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