ChronoSync and ChronoAgent Updates Make Apps Ready for Catalina

ChronoSync 4.9.5 and ChronoAgent 1.9.3 have been updated for macOS 10.15, “Catalina”! This is not just any old maintenance release. ChronoSync now recognizes APFS Volume Groups so you can create bootable backups of Catalina.

 

 

As Mac users transition to Catalina, there are always questions and uncertainty. We’ve published the ‘Catalina Update Tech Note’ to help our customers ensure their Mojave backup is safe, make the transition to Catalina, and answer common questions encountered along the way.

 

ChronoSync 4.9.5 includes a long list of bug fixes, enhanced reliability and improved performance. Along with ChronoSync 4.9.5, ChronoAgent 1.9.3 has undergone similar changes to support Mac-to-Mac syncing and backup on Catalina.

 

Owners of ChronoSync can install the update immediately for free. Owners of ChronoAgent have the same deal, they can install the update immediately for free! If you don’t already own ChronoSync or ChronoAgent, download the Apps today and start the 15-day free trial to learn how ChronoSync with ChronoAgent is your best long-term backup investment for Mac.

 

ChronoSync, the multipurpose Mac App for local and cloud backup, bootable backup and folder synchronizing is designed to work on macOS version 10.11 and newer. Full working trial licenses are available or purchase ChronoSync for $49.99. ChronoAgent 1.9.3, the indispensable companion app to ChronoSync, allows any Mac to accept direct, secure, high performance connections from any ChronoSync Mac or any InterConneX iOS device to access or transfer data for only $14.99 (USD). Full working trial licenses are available for either App. InterConneX is the file storage, file management, and file sharing iOS app for the iPhone and iPad.

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