Synchronize. Backup. Bootable Backup.
Whatever your backup or sync scenario, ChronoSync has got you covered!


The "Chrono" in ChronoSync refers to time - as in run your synchronizations any time you'd like, as often as you'd like, morning, noon and night.

ChronoSync offers powerful scheduling capabilities that allow you to schedule any synchronization document to run at virtually any time interval you can imagine. Schedule as many synchronization (or container) documents as you'd like. You can even have the same document run at different time intervals, whatever your needs happen to be.

Customize your sync scheduling options
Scheduled Synchronization

Use “Add to Schedule” to create a time-based scheduled synchronization.

Synchronizer or Container documents can be scheduled to run any minute, hour, day, week, month, or any combination you can come up with. If your Mac is turned off and ChronoSync misses a schedule, it will make it up the next time you start your Mac. You can even have ChronoSync wake up your Mac to run a scheduled synchronization!

Sync when a volume mounts

Sync when a ChronoAgent is available

ChronoSync supports event-based schedules, too. For example, you can trigger a synchronization to run when a drive is connected to your computer or when you mount a specific file server. Used in conjunction with ChronoAgent , you can also detect when other computers have joined your network and automatically trigger a synchronization or backup to occur with that specific computer!