Sync files and folders between two Macs on a network
Version: 2.0.3Martian SlingShot makes the process of keeping files in sync between two or more Macintoshes as simple as a few clicks.
License: Free To Try $29.99
Operating System: Mac OS X
By incorporating Apple's "Bonjour" technology, SlingShot makes finding and connecting to other computers on a network easy. SlingShot supports both simple one-way "mirroring" of files from one computer to another, as well as more complex two-way synchronization arrangements, in which files are updated on all participating computers.
In a nutshell, all you have to do is to use SlingShot to Publish your stuff from a Mac but also to use SlingShot on your other Mac to Subscribe.
With mirroring, SlingShot allows one computer to "Publish" a folder onto the network. Other computers then "Subscribe" to that folder, and SlingShot makes sure the subscribers' copies are always identical to the published data automatically. This allows users to be sure their data is always backed up and available on the other computers.
With two-way synchronization, several computers can contribute changes to the Folder. whenever a change is made to the files on one of the participating machines, the updated data is automatically sent to the others. No matter where work is done on the files, all the computers will be kept up to date.